Despite having to relearn how to drive an IndyCar, Danica Patrick is very familiar with the Speedway.
The most popular way to get around the garage is the American way: A suped-up golf cart.
Mothers can also go to the Hall of Fame Museum at IMS to use an air-conditioned space for any of their needs.
Dominating female drivers are few and far between but there's no doubt women have shaped the Indy 500 from the very beginning and will continue to do so.
Ed Carpenter crashed Team Penske's front-row party Sunday. The owner-driver hopes it leads to an even bigger celebration next week at his home track.
Australian driver James Davison has crashed during practice for the Indianapolis 500 at Indianapolis Motor Speedway.
Watch "Fast Friday" practice sessions at Indianapolis Motor Speedway.
Famous names set the pace in the third day of practice for the 102nd Indianapolis 500 presented by PennGrade Motor Oil, with the likes of Rahal, Kanaan and Andretti atop the speed chart.
Fresh off of a breakout season, Oladipo was also named a finalist for NBA Most Improved Player.
The royal wedding takes place Saturday. However, if you're an IndyCar driver from England, your focus is on qualifying for the Indianapolis 500.
Roger Penske's team started off Indianapolis 500 practice with a bang - posting the two fastest times on the first day of practice.
Recording of today's Indianapolis 500 practice sessions.
Danica Patrick is "the prime example of someone we're trying to show young girls with Fuel the Female" program, founder says.
Team Penske topped opening day at Indianapolis Motor Speedway as Simon Pagenaud and Helio Castroneves paced the first practice sessions for the Indianapolis 500.
Twenty-three-year-old Zach Veach looks like the perfect guy for IndyCar's youth movement.
One way to get into the IndyCar spirit is to ride on the track with a legend.
In a sport that comes down to a matter of milliseconds, drivers look for any advantage to put themselves in a position to win.
For race organizers it's a dream script: Familiar faces, fond farewells and a return to traditions with a whole new look.
Curiosity was piqued when 1986 Indianapolis 500 winner Bobby Rahal announced in May 2004 that Danica Patrick would drive one of his Rahal Letterman Racing cars in the 2005 edition of "The Greatest Spectacle in Racing."