You never know what or when Indy 500 memories will be created

They would have finished 1-2, but when defending race winner Emerson Fittipaldi smacked the wall late, Al Unser Jr. finished for the win without his teammate.
5 “When you gotta go, go when stopped,” 2001: Tony Stewart was trying to finish the first half of his daily double, scheduled to run the NASCAR Coca-Cola 600 after completing the 2001 Indy 500.
When Marco Andretti slammed the Turn 3, Lap 199 door on Sam Hornish Jr., it looked like the 19-year-old was about to win, in his first Indy 500, what his father had been denied in 14 previously.

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