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Indy 500 Schedule 2015: Start Time, Live Stream, Odds and More for Showcase Race

The build-up for this year's Indianapolis 500 has been hampered by crashes in practice and a delayed qualifying session but all the pieces are in place for the Greatest Spectacle in Racing to provide another thrilling race on Sunday.   Scott Dixon is on pole after posting a qualifying average of 226.760 mph. The last time he started from the front of the pack was 2008, when the 34-year-old led for 115 laps en route to winning the race.  Winners have come from pole position 20 times in the previous 98 races, though no one has done it since Helio Castroneves in 2009. It's a deep 33-car field with stars like Castroneves (fifth), Tony Kanaan (fourth) and Marco Andretti (eight) set to make noise once the green flag drops.   ...

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