Indy 500: Previewing and Predicting the 95th Running at Indianapolis

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Indy 500: Previewing and Predicting the 95th Running at Indianapolis
The Eve of the 500

We have waited patiently for almost a year now. The anticipation and excitement has been building for weeks. Finally, the 100th anniversary of the Greatest Spectacle in Racing is set to run tomorrow, and it looks like Mother Nature is going to cooperate.

It has been 100 years since Ray Harroun won the inaugural race in 1911, and a full year since last year's race won by Dario Franchitti. The practices have come and gone, the drama of Pole Day and Bump Day have played out, and now that Carb Day has officially come to an end, it is time to get ready for the greatest race in the world.

The field is one of the deepest we have seen in a very long time, as represented by the qualifying order. Not only have the "Big Three" teams struggled, but the teams like Sam Schmidt, Newman Haas, Bryan Herta and Sarah Fisher Racing have been fast all month long. Making these picks was extremely tough, and I don't plan on them being very accurate. Anything can happen in this race, which is just another reason why we love it as much as we do.

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