With new cars, new engines, and new faces at the track this year, it’s shaping up to be a tight field for the 96th running of the Indianapolis 500.
Having kept a live internet feed of 500 practice coverage on the background of my computer as I worked this past week, plus watching multiple hours of live Pole and Bump Day qualifying coverage this past weekend, I think I’m ready to make my picks for Sunday’s race.
Although I honestly feel that there are probably a good 25 realistic possibilities for the Indy 500 winner this year, here are my personal top five.
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