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Topic - E.J. Viso
Ryan Hunter-Reay slid into a seat next to Simon Pagenaud and E.J. Viso after the final practice for the Indianapolis 500, and then started to rattle off what he had learned.
Rookie Carlos Munoz shot to the top of the speed chart in Indianapolis 500 practice Thursday with a lap at 225.163 mph, the fastest through the first six days of practice.
IndyCar driver E.J. Viso isn't worried the death of Hugo Chavez will affect state sponsorship of Venezuelan drivers, including himself.
Graham Rahal, Tony Kanaan and E.J. Viso have been penalized 10 spots on the starting grid for Saturday night's IndyCar race in Iowa because of unapproved engine changes.
"I think I've visited this room in these two weeks more than I did in my previous my years," Viso said with another smile. "Every time you go to the track, they're giving you a very fast car, and there's a great teamwork that we all have."
"I think everyone has been impressed with Carlos and his speeds so far," teammate E.J. Viso said.