F1 Champ Knocks IndyCar and the 500

Would Fernando Alonso winning the Indianapolis 500 be a bad thing for IndyCar?

That's a question we've been asking all month long. The former F1 world champ qualified in the middle of Row 2 for tomorrow's race, and is one of the dozen or so drivers with a legitimate chance to win. But, how would a driver from another series, who is racing on his first oval, winning the crown jewel event reflect on the IndyCar series as a whole? Lewis Hamilton thinks it already shows that IndyCar isn't up to par:


Hamilton went on to say he has "no interest" in running Indy, although he does respect the race.

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