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Live Indianapolis 500 Odds. The Indianapolis Motor Speedway has been the site of many memorable events since the facility opened in 1909.

2012 Indianapolis 500 Betting Information:

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Arena: Indianapolis Motor Speedway.

Location: Speedway, Indiana.

Date: May 27, 2012

Website: Indianapolis Motor Speedway

Odds to Win the Event: 2012 NASCAR Lines

Where to Bet: Bookmaker SportsbookSimilarly, Chevrolet has a rich heritage in racing that dates to company co-founder and namesake Louis Chevrolet, a gifted engineer and talented race car driver who competed in the Indianapolis 500 four times.

The event lends its name to the “IndyCar” class of formula, or open-wheel, race cars that have competed in it. It has been broadcast live over radio on the Indianapolis Motor Speedway Radio Network since 1952, televised live in 1949 and 1950 on then-independent, local station WFBM-TV (now WRTV), and not again until ABC Sports was permitted to broadcast the race via tape delay beginning in 1965, and eventually live flag-to-flag coverage beginning in 1986.

The Greatest Spectacle in Racing” covers 500 miles, 200 laps on the famous 2.5-mile oval. It currently is the marquee race on the schedule for the IZOD IndyCar Series, the premier open-wheel racing series in North America.

Indianapolis 500 Event History

The Indy 500 goes back to 1911, when the first official race was held. Although the event has gone by different names, this is without question the premier event in the IRL tickets market, as the champion of every race becomes an instant legend. Legends such as A.J. Foyt, Mario Andretti and Rick Mears have taken the checkered flag here in the past, and every race is a week-long celebration of open-wheel racing.

The Indianapolis Motor Speedway was founded by Carl Fisher in 1906, and the first Indianapolis 500 Mile Race was held in 1911. Following several lean years, and the suspension of racing during World War II, the track was sold to Anton Hulman Jr. in 1945. Hulman spent millions of dollars improving the facility and turned the Indianapolis 500 into the “Greatest Spectacle in Racing” Despite rain delays, deaths, and a power struggle in auto racing circles, there has been an Indianapolis 500 each year since 1946. Get Indianapolis 500 Auto Racing Specials Here!

Indianapolis 500 Results

2011 Indy 500 Winner

The 2011 Indy 500 results are in for those wondering who won the race at Indianapolis Motor Speedway on Sunday. This year saw a rookie nearly named the winner for the Indianapolis 500 making for a great historic moment. However, his dreams were crushed on turn four.

The Indy 500 race televised on ABC today,saw JR Hildebrand, a 23-year-old rookie looking like he was about to win it and then hit the wall on the final stretch of the race. Meanwhile, #98 Indy car driver Dan Wheldon managed to drive right past him from second place to cross the finish line first.

Earlier in today’s centennial anniversary of the Indianaoplis 500 race, winner of the pole, Alex Tagliani, also hit the wall. He still showed great sportsmanship, heading over to congratulate Wheldon at victory lane, right after Dan got a kiss from his wife. Last year’s winner, Dario Franchitti finished in fourth place. GoDaddy girl Danica Patrick finished in 9th place today. However, it was Wheldon who downed the milk and wore the victory wreath following the Indy race.

2010 Indy 500 Winner

The long wait was over. The Indy 500 results or the Indianapolis 500 Race Results were finally out. It was Dario Franchitti who was declared 2010 Indy 500 winner. A lot of Indianapolis 500 spectators were surprised about Dario Franchitti’s win since he had some problems in his gas while racing. However, that fact served as a challenge for him and was able to still emerge as the winner of the Indianapolis 500 race.

Indianapolis 500 Winners

2011 – Dan Wheldon

2010 – Dario Franchitti

2009 – Hélio Castroneves

2008 – Scott Dixon

2007 – Dario Franchitti

2006 – Sam Hornish, Jr.

2005 – Dan Wheldon

2004 – Buddy Rice

2003 – Gil de Ferran

2002 – Hélio Castroneves

2001 – Hélio Castroneves

2000 – Juan Pablo Montoya

1999 – Kenny Bräck

1998 – Eddie Cheever, Jr.

1997 – Arie Luyendyk

1996 – Buddy Lazier

1995 – Jacques Villeneuve

1994 – Al Unser, Jr.

1993 – Emerson Fittipaldi

1992 – Al Unser, Jr.

1991 – Rick Mears

1990 – Arie Luyendyk


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