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When Roger Penske became the owner of Indianapolis Motor Speedway and IndyCar on Jan. 6, he wasn’t in the office popping corks off bottles of champagne in celebration.
Roger Penske intends to make Indianapolis Motor Speedway and the Indianapolis 500 shine brighter than they ever have thanks to several changes and updates announced on Friday. (IndyCar Photo)
More money for the Indianapolis 500 purse, more time for the Last Row Shootout on Bump Day and major facility upgrades to Indianapolis Motor Speedway were announced by Roger Penske Friday in Indianapolis.
Penske Corp. Completes
A wide-ranging, multifaceted plan to boost and strengthen the Indianapolis 500 presented by Gainbridge and Indianapolis Motor Speedway was unveiled Thursday.
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Roger Penske, in his long and glorious motorsports career, has several houses worth of trophies and other awards.
Roger Penske at Indianapolis Motor Speedway. (IMS Photo)

Indy: End Of An Era

The end of one era is the beginning of another for the Indianapolis 500, Indianapolis Motor Speedway and IndyCar.
Roger Penske (left) with Mark Donohue.
Love him or hate him, and there are many on both sides of that equation, Roger Penske’s unprecedented success in the Indianapolis 500 deserves recognition.   
The reactions to Roger Penske's acquisition of Indianapolis Motor Speedway and the NTT IndyCar Series have drawn a number of reactions on Twitter. (IndyCar Photo)
The news that 18-time Indianapolis 500 winning car owner Roger Penske was acquiring Indianapolis Motor Speedway and the NTT IndyCar Series shocked the motorsports world on Monday morning.
Power Rankings
We're back with a new edition of the SPEED SPORT Power Rankings! Is there a new No. 1 this week, or has Marc Marquez held his position at the top?
Change Is In
Next year’s Indianapolis 500 will, no doubt, be a very different experience for motorsports business mogul and veteran NTT IndyCar Series team owner Roger Penske.
Penske: NASCAR 'Needs
Questions have circulated for the last several years about the future of NASCAR racing at Indianapolis Motor Speedway.

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