Indy 500: The Inside Track
Every year the world's greatest athletes compete in events that crown a champion. In baseball, it's the World Series. In football, it's the Super Bowl. In soccer, it's the World Cup. For auto-racing athletes, it's the Indianapolis 500. Every May, drivers from all over the world come to race in the Indy 500. They push themselves and their cars for 200 laps at more than 200 miles per hour. These men and women take sharp turns, fly down straightaways, make pit stops, and zigzag for position. At the end of the day, one car--one driver--will take the checkered flag. Only one can be the Indy 500 Champion! Take a spin in the fast lane--the inside track--to find out about the Indy 500!
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