Indy 500 2019: The team by team guide

Indy 500 2019: The team by team guide

Forget the lack of Fernando Alonso and McLaren now, focus on the quality and openness of the 33-car field that did make it onto the Indianapolis 500 grid. All the ingredients for an outstanding race are there again

The headline grabbing upset of qualifying is now history, it's nearly race day for the 2019 Indianapolis 500.

While IndyCar's 'big three' Penske, Andretti Autosport and Ganassi have shared the wins at the great Speedway for the past five years, Ed Carpenter Racing - three times a polesitter but not yet an Indy 500 winner - is in the thick of things with Penske at the front of the grid again.

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