Welcome to IndyStar’s live coverage of the 2022 Indianapolis 500.
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11:45 a.m.: Indy 500 drivers preach patience
In pre-race interviews, several drivers stressed that patience is crucial, especially at the start of the race.
Rinus VeeKay, who starts 3rd, says he wants to stay in the top 5 early, but doesn’t have to be P1. VeeKay said early aggressiveness in 2021 allowed him to lead 32 laps but cost him fuel burn.
Tony Kanaan, the winner of the 2013 race who starts 6th: “You have to wait for your opportunity.”
Romain Grosjean, the best rookie in qualifying who starts 9th: “My key word here today is patience.”
9:30 am: How Mario Andretti would celebrate a victory for Marco Andretti
“I’ll do a snow angel on the track,” Mario Andretti told IndyStar’s Nathan Brown on “Pit Pass Live.” Marco Andretti starts 23rd.
Pato O’Ward and Felix Rosenqvist ambush Indy 500 drivers
Arrow McLaren SP drivers approached their Indy 500 competitors on Saturday’s Legends Day. Here’s how the impromptu interviews went.
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Helio Castroneves eyes historic Indy 500 victory
The 47-year-old Brazilian has a chance to stand alone atop the Indy 500 win list. He tied AJ Foyt, Al Unser and Rick Mears in winning for the fourth time in 2021.
“Indianapolis, when I’m under the most pressure, it brings out the best in me,” Castroneves told IndyStar’s Nathan Brown ahead of the 2022 race.
Drive d’Hélio for 5:Castroneves has a huge desire to win the 2022 Indy 500
Scott Dixon starts from pole position for the fifth time
The 2008 Indy 500 winner is this year’s favorite after his 4-lap run at 234.046 mph, the second-fastest qualifying effort in race history. His five pole starts are one behind the record set by Rick Mears.
The Dixon family cautiously celebrated the feat. Her race win came from pole, but Emma Davies Dixon knows going first doesn’t guarantee anything.
“I’m so excited, but I’m so competitive, which goes against me a lot because I take the losses and the pain that we’ve had in the 500m, and that feels personal to me,” Davies Dixon told IndyStar. “It’s horrible to be like this.”
familiar place: Dixons are happy to start first in the 2022 Indy 500, but there’s something bigger at play
NASCAR legend Jimmie Johnson is an Indy 500 rookie
The transition from stock cars to the IndyCar series was not easy for the four-time Brickyard 400 champion (the Cup Series race that was once contested on the IMS oval). Mainly because Johnson is relatively new to road and street courses.
But put him on an oval, and he’s very competitive. He qualified 12th for his first Indy 500.
“The energy here for qualifying, you can feel it rising, and that’s what I witnessed last year as a spectator and loved it,” Johnson said after qualifying. “And being involved here as a pilot is really cool.”
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The Indy 500 starting lineup
8 former champions. 7 recruits. A mixture of youth and experience. The fastest qualifying field in the history of the race.
There’s a lot to watch in the 2022 Indy 500.
Meet the Indy 500 Drivers: Oldest, Youngest, Motors, Hoosiers, International Riders, More
Indy 500 Printable Guide
Starting grid:The Indy 500 starting lineup
Scorecard:Plus, a radio frequency guide to track driver progress
Circuit map:Key facts about the Indianapolis Motor Speedway
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