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By David Keene
Conference showed that the values Reagan cherished still endure
Topic - Carlos Munoz
Michael Andretti made a major offseason overhaul to get back on top of the IndyCar standings.
Andretti Autosport will add Carlos Munoz to its IndyCar lineup next season.
Carlos Munoz got back to his hotel following the Indy Lights race expecting to catch a 6 a.m. flight home Sunday morning.
Hours later, Tony Kanaan still struggled to believe he had finally won the Indianapolis 500.
Tony Kanaan won nearly $2.4 million for his victory at the Indianapolis 500 on Sunday.
The 97th running of the Indianapolis 500 is Sunday with a wide-open field and a pair of drivers trying to join the elite list of four-time winners. Two Americans start on the front row, along with Carlos Munoz, an unknown Indy 500 newcomer who grew up idolizing Juan Pablo Montoya _ a fellow Colombian who won "The Greatest Spectacle In Racing" as a rookie.
Carlos Munoz finished second in the Indianapolis 500 as a 21-year-old rookie.
Profiles of the 33 drivers in Sunday's Indianapolis 500, in starting order with car number in parentheses, age, hometown, engine, race team, and biographical information (w-former winner; r-rookie):
Carlos Munoz remembers spilling into the streets of his native Bogota the minute that Juan Pablo Montoya crossed the finish line to win the Indianapolis 500.
Facts and figures of the 97th Indianapolis 500-mile race Sunday at the Indianapolis Motor Speedway:
Graham Rahal and Marco Andretti have all the ingredients the IndyCar Series has been craving. They have famous family names, have reached Victory Lane and seem to enjoy playing up their growing rivalry.
Carlos Munoz's initiation to Indianapolis went relatively smoothly.
Ed Carpenter turned Pole Day into a family celebration.
Everything seems to be lining up for Michael Andretti this May.
E.J. Viso posted the fastest lap at Friday's practice for the Indianapolis 500, reaching 229.537 mph before lightning, heavy rain and wind shut things down.
"It was a long race and a hard race for me," he said.