It is approaching the most important race in the United States and the most historic sport in the world. The Indianapolis 500 runs its 107th edition and Patrick O’Ward is one of the favorites to reach such a position, which has been organized by the IndyCar Series since 2008.
It is one of the most beautiful competitions in the world of sports, with the winner’s trophy awarded to Borg Warner since 1936, an initiative of the company of the same name and made of silver, with the faces of the winners engraved on it. from the first edition discussed, more money was taken.
The race is run over 200 laps at the legendary Indianapolis Motor Speedway. Of course, how much can vary in the event that yellow flags appear, or if there are red flags that cross the race.
Here we’ll tell you everything you need to know about the Indianapolis 500, from when and where it runs to where you can tune in.
Pato O’Ward looks like one of the favorites to win the race. (Reuters)
This is how the drivers will start in this edition of the 157th Indy D:
In the first verse
Pole position: Álex Palou (Spain, Chip Ganassi Racing)
Second: Rinus VeeKay (Netherlands, Ed Carpenter Racing)
Third: Felix Rosenqvist (Sweden, Arrow McLaren)
The second order
Fourth: Santino Ferrucci (United States, AJ Foyt efforts)
Fifth: Patricio O’Ward (Mexico, Arrow McLaren)
Sixth: Scott Dixon (New Zealand, Chip Ganassi Racing)
The third order
Seventh: Alexander Rossi (USA, Arrow McLaren)
EIGHTH: Takuma Sato (Japan, Chip Ganassi Racing)
Ninth: Tony Kanaan (Brazil, Arrow McLaren)
Tenth: Marcus Ericsson (Sweden, Chip Ganassi Racing)
11th: Benjamin Pedersen (Denmark, AJ Foyt efforts)
12th: Will Power (Australia, Penske)
13th: Ed Carpenter (United States, Ed Carpenter Racing)
14th: Scott McLaughlin (New Zealand, Penske)
15th: Kyle Kirkwood (USA, Andretti Autosport)
16th: Conor Daly (United States, Ed Carpenter Racing)
17th: Joseph Newgarden (USA, Penske)
18th: Ryan Hunter-Reay (USA, Dreyer & Reinbold Racing)
19th: Romain Grosjean (France, Andretti Autosport)
20th: Hélio Castroneves (Brazil, Michael Shank Racing)
21st: Colton Herta (USA, Andretti Autosport)
22nd: Simon Pagenaud (France, Michael Shank Racing)
23rd: David Malukas (United States, Dale Coyne Racing)
24th: Marco Andretti (United States, Andretti Autosport)
25th: Graham Rahal (Great Britain, Dreyer & Reinbold Racing) *
26th: Devlin DeFrancesco (Canada, Andretti Autosport)
27th: Agustin Canapino (Argentina, Juncos Hollinger Racing)
28th: Callum Illot (Great Britain, Juncos Hollinger Racing)
29th: RC Enerson (United States, Abel Motorsports)
30th: Katherine Legge (Great Britain, Rahal Letterman Lanigan Racing)
In the eleventh verse
31st: Christian Lundgaard (Denmark, Rahal Letterman Lanigan Racing)
32nd: Sting Ray Robb (USA, Dale Coyne Racing)
33rd: Jack Harvey (Great Britain, Rahal Letterman Lanigan Racing)
* Stephanus Wilson was replaced by injuries
What time does the Indianapolis 40 start?
Date: Sunday, May 28, 2023
Time: 10:45 am Central Time
Location: Indianapolis Motor Speedway
Where is Indianapolis D to LIVE?
The 107th edition of the Indy 500, like the entire IndyCar Series season, you can follow through Star+, ESPN’s streaming service.