Indianapolis, IN / 2.5 mile oval circuit
May 26, 2019 / 11:00 a.m. EST / NBC
With four corners banked at 9 degrees, 12 minutes, the Indianapolis Motor Speedway drives more like a road course than an oval. But each of the corners is different, with weather influencing the car’s characteristics. The straightaways are 5/8ths of a mile long — time to catch your breath and dive into the next corner.
|Car / Driver||Start||Finish||Laps||Time||Laps Led||Status||Points||Avg Spd||Pit Stops||Rank|
14 - Tony Kanaan
4 - Matheus Leist
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