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Donald touches on Indy 500's that did NOT have 33 cars

On tonight's show, IMS Historian Donald Davidson touches on instances where drivers who failed qualify still ended up racing in the Indianapolis 500, as well as various instances over the years when more (or less) than 33 cars started the Greatest Spectacle in Racing.

 

 

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