2015 INDIANAPOLIS 500 FULL CAR RACE ON DVD/VIDEO


Juan Pablo Montoya - TEAM PENSKE


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2015 INDIANAPOLIS 500 FULL CAR RACE ON DVD/VIDEO


INDY 500


Sunday, May 24, 2015

( 2 DVD BOXSET / FULL RACE )


2015 Indianapolis 500


99th Indianapolis 500
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Indianapolis Motor Speedway
Indianapolis 500
Sanctioning body IndyCar
Season 2015 IndyCar season
Date May 24, 2015
Winner Colombia Juan Pablo Montoya
Winning team Team Penske
Average speed 161.341 mph (259.653 km/h)
Pole position New Zealand Scott Dixon
Pole speed 226.760 mph (364.935 km/h)
Fastest qualifier New Zealand Scott Dixon
Rookie of the Year Colombia Gabby Chaves
Most laps led New Zealand Scott Dixon (84)
Pre-race ceremonies
National anthem Jordin Sparks[1]
"Back Home Again in Indiana" Straight No Chaser
Starting Command Mari Hulman George
Pace car Chevrolet Corvette Z06
Pace car driver Jeff Gordon[2]
Honorary starter Patrick Dempsey
TV in the United States
Network ABC
Announcers Allen Bestwick, Scott Goodyear, Eddie Cheever
Chronology
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The 99th Indianapolis 500 was held on Sunday May 24, 2015, at the Indianapolis Motor Speedway. It was the premier event of the 2015 season of the Verizon IndyCar Series. Juan Pablo Montoya won his second Indianapolis 500, followed in the finish by Will Power, Charlie Kimball, polesitter Scott Dixon, and Graham Rahal.[3]

For the second year in a row, the month of May activities opened with the Grand Prix of Indianapolis over May 7–9. Practice opened on May 11, and time trials were held over two days, May 16–17.

The 2015 race saw the debut of unique aero kits from Chevrolet and Honda, respectively, outfitted for the Dallara DW12 chassis.[4] As part of the ICONIC project, aero kits were originally planned for 2012, but a series of delays due to cost issues put off their homologation and implementation until 2015. During practice, three Chevrolet entries suffered major crashes that resulted in flip-overs. The crashes raised safety concerns around the paddock, and series officials delayed time trials for several hours in order to address the situation with rule and procedural changes.




   
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