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Topic - Sam Schmidt
Parity? There's parity in IndyCar?
Katherine Legge had at least one supporter in her corner when she showed up at Indianapolis Motor Speedway last week.
Sam Schmidt is content to wait another day before hiring a third driver for the Indianapolis 500.
Townsend Bell confirmed Thursday that he will enter the Indianapolis 500 with team owner Sam Schmidt.
As a driver, Sam Schmidt understood the inherent danger of driving a car at more than 200 mph. Even after a practice crash left him in a wheelchair, he accepted the this-is-part-of-it perils that go along with racing.
"I've now been away from my home for four weeks straight. I'm living it every day with the crew," Schmidt said after Detroit. "The 48-hour turnaround after Indy, literally 48 hours they left our shop for moving (to Detroit). We're all pushing the same direction. Nobody had their heads down. They knew what they had to do and they got it done. Kudos to the drivers for keeping the cars in one piece. That made life easier. But the next three or four weeks is not going to be easy."
Saturday morning, she still texted she didn't know," he said.