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Indy 500 Schedule: Where and How to Catch 500-Mile Race

The weather at the Indianapolis 500 may just be as hot as the action on the track. Temperatures are expected to hit the mid-90s by race time.Fans will need to be prepared to brave the elements to watch the action, and the heat could translate to 140 degrees on the track. Curt Cavin of USA Today spoke of the danger of melting tires, and he quoted rookie driver Josef Newgarden with this concern for today's race:"There's a lot of rubber down, and it's hot," rookie driver Josef Newgarden said. "It's difficult to know what the car wants, what it doesn't want and what it wants for 500 miles on Sunday." I can only imagine what it will feel like for drivers on a day like this. These conditions are part of what makes it so tough ...

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