Indy 500: Penske stays on top, heroic VeeKay rebounds from crash

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Power was the ninth of 34 drivers to go out on track vying to make the field of 33 and began his march with an electrifying 234.030mph opening lap.By the time he completed all four of his laps around the 2.5-mile Indianapolis Motor Speedway, he rolled to an average speed of 233.758mph to take the top spot. “I wouldn’t have trimmed any more than that,” said Power, the 2018 Indy 500 winner.Scott …Keep reading Source

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