And The Greasy Coveralls Prize Goes To...
The cars may run on methanol, but the Indianapolis 500 really runs on money--lots of it. The Indianapolis Motor Speedway and race sponsors handed out more than $7 million in prize money last year, including awards for the oldest driver, the youngest driver, and the driver who takes the most practice laps. And this year, for the first time, the car with the slowest qualifying time will capture the Slo Poke award.
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