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Topic - Conor Daly
As Formula One expands its reach into the United States, there's still a missing ingredient that could keep some fans away from the stands _ an American driver on the grid.
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's initiation to Indianapolis went relatively smoothly.
Conor Daly had better luck on Bump Day than he did most of this week.
Bump Day at Indianapolis followed the script.
Conor Daly spent the weekend racing in Spain.
There will be another American, an Indiana native no less, in this year's Indianapolis 500.
AJ Foyt Racing will test Conor Daly at Sebring International Raceway next week in Daly's first time testing an Indy car.
American driver Conor Daly walked away unharmed from a spectacular crash during a GP3 series race in Monaco on Saturday.
"Hey guys Im ok," Daly added on Twitter. "Car was mega an I was having so much fun. But cant help it when other people do stupid stuff."
"Thank you (at)GP3_Official for having a safe car. That was definitely the biggest crash I've ever had," he said on his Twitter page.