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Roger Penske bringing IMSA sports car championship back to Indianapolis in 2023

INDIANAPOLIS -- Roger Penske added another major event to Indianapolis Motor Speedway for 2023 with the return of the IMSA sports car championship. The "IMSA Battle on the Bricks" will bring the NASCAR-owned series to Indy's 14-turn, 2.439-mile road course for a 160-minute race. The event scheduled for Sept. 17 returns IMSA to Indy for the first time since 2014.
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IMS owner Roger Penske writes Race Day letter to fans

SPEEDWAY, Ind. — Race fans are gearing up for the first Indy 500 in front of a full capacity crowd at Indianapolis Motor Speedway since 2019. IMS owner Roger Penske purchased IMS in early 2020. The coronavirus pandemic a few months later pushed the historic race back to August — with no fans in the stands. The race went on in 2021 during its usual Memorial Day weekend but with limited fan capacity.
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Forbes

Roger Penske Finally Gets The Indianapolis 500 He’s Dreamed Of

After three long years, Roger Penske will finally get to host the Indianapolis 500 in all of its red-white-and-blue, star-spangled banner, celebrity-watching, military-honoring Memorial Day Weekend, Back Home Again in Indiana, full-capacity glory. With a record 18 wins in the Indianapolis 500 as a team owner, it had been said...
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One-on-one interview with Roger Penske leading up to the Indy 500

CBS4 Sports Anchor Chris Hagan sat down with Indianapolis Motor Speedway owner Roger Penske ahead of the 2022 Indianapolis 500 to discuss the Greatest Spectacle in Racing. While this year is Hagan’s 23rd visit to the race, Penske said he first attended in 1951 at the age of 14. Now the owner of Team Penske, the Penske Corporation and the 500’s venue, the racing giant said he is really looking forward to this year.
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Roger Penske continues to polish his legacy

Roger Penske told everyone Scott McLaughlin was something special and never waffled, not even after a stinker rookie IndyCar season. He said just last week the three-time Australian Supercars Series champion would have a big sophomore year, and that was before McLaughlin earned a win. So Penske was the first...
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