Since it’s Memorial Day Weekend, we’ve got a second Throwback Thursday for you! As mentioned in the previous post, don’t forget to remember those in the military who lost their lives as well.
In the second-closest finish in Indy 500 history, Ryan Hunter-Reay took the win over Helio Castroneves. Here’s a flashback to the finish.
Also in 2014 was Jim Nabors’ last time singing Back Home Again In Indiana. If you want to sing along, feel free – I definitely do.
Alexander Rossi took home the win in the 100th running of the race, becoming the first rookie to do so since 2001 when Castroneves nabbed the win. The race was historical in another way – the local television blackout of the race, which occurs every year, was lifted for the first time due to the sellout.