1963 – An overlooked class of legends

(Header image courtesy of hemmings.com) Ask anyone who considers themselves a historian of the Indianapolis 500 their opinion on the greatest rookie class in the history of the event and 90% of them will likely respond with the same answer. Almost universally, the rookie Class of 1965 is considered the greatest rookie class in the …

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Palou continues to impress without being exceptional

(Photo: AP/Darron Cummings) For many years, Chip Ganassi Racing's Scott Dixon won championship after championship without ever being flashy and rarely in completely dominant fashion. Dixon's high-water mark for victories in a season was six en route to his 2008 IndyCar Championship, the second of his career. Most seasons, however, Dixon generally won his championships …

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