#TBT – IndyCar Grand Prix

Throwback Thursday is the segment that takes you down Memory Lane for the races each week. Since it’s the start of the month of May, we’re going back home again to Indiana for the IndyCar Grand Prix of Indianapolis.


This was from the first-ever IndyCar Grand Prix. Sebastian Saavedra stalled at the start and Mikhail Aleshin ended up running into him. Juan Pablo Montoya also had problems as he ended up finding the inside wall. Needless to say, this probably isn’t how IndyCar wanted their first IndyCar Grand Prix to start.



A few years later, the race went a lot smoother. Here’s some highlights à la IndyCar Radio.

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