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By Mark Davis
The nation founders, the Lone Star State thrives
Topic - James Hinchcliffe
Chip Ganassi's team prepared three different sets of cars in three days, then had to find speed overnight when qualifying didn't go well.
While awaiting medical clearance to resume driving after a concussion, James Hinchcliffe's thoughts of competing in the Indianapolis 500 went from apprehension to appreciation.
Local driver Ed Carpenter has made himself at home on the Indianapolis 500 pole.
When Ed Carpenter, Carlos Munoz and Helio Castroneves were pushed to the edge Saturday, each remained calm and came up with their best-qualifying runs of the day.
James Hinchcliffe has a bruise on the bridge of his nose, a black-and-blue reminder of his big wreck.
James Hinchcliffe will have to wait a little bit longer before he can return to the track.
James Hinchcliffe's tough IndyCar start is getting more clouded.
James Hinchcliffe suffered a concussion Saturday when he was hit in the head with debris in the inaugural Grand Prix of Indianapolis.
Will Power and Penske Racing are back in a familiar position at Barber Motorsports Park: Starting in the pole position at a track where they dominated until last year.
Helio Castroneves expects some fallout from the bad tempers left over from the last IndyCar race.
Tempers flared all around the streets of Long Beach, where drivers declared friendships over after a surprisingly physical race.
Ryan Hunter-Reay, determined to rebound from a disappointing season, is off to a strong start in what he hopes will be another run toward the IndyCar championship.
Michael Andretti made a major offseason overhaul to get back on top of the IndyCar standings.
James Hinchcliffe will return to Andretti Autosport in 2014 with sponsorship from United Fiber & Data.
Andretti Autosport will announce a new primary sponsor Saturday to replace GoDaddy next season on the car currently driven by James Hinchcliffe.
"I was the last guy on the scene," he said. "I have to take the blame, for sure. I feel really bad for (Carpenter) because he had a great month and was doing a great job."