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Topic - Sage Karam
Turns out Kurt Busch isn't the only one doing the double Memorial Day weekend.
High school senior Sage Karam will race in his first Indianapolis 500 next month in a car fielded jointly by Chip Ganassi Racing and Dreyer & Reinbold Kingdom Racing.
Sage Karam had a seven-figure prize and was still looking for three more digits, a status symbol worthy of his SK$ moniker.
"It is honestly a dream come true for me and my racing career," said Karam, who hails from Nazareth, Pa., the hometown of the Andretti family. "Chip has created a fantastic organization that judges success by just one thing - winning both races and championships. This is a very big day for me."
"Racing in Nazareth is pretty big, just because of the Andretti name," Karam said, "but I'm trying to build my own legacy."