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ABC Supply Wisconsin 250
Milwaukee IndyFest 2014.png
The Milwaukee Mile.svg
IndyCar Series
Venue Milwaukee Mile
Corporate sponsor ABC Supply[1]
First race 1937
First IndyCar race 2004
Distance 253.750 mi (408.371 km)
Laps 250
Most wins (driver) Rodger Ward (7)
Most wins (manufacturer) Chassis: Lola (16)
Engine: Offenhauser (50)

The ABC Supply Wisconsin 250 at Milwaukee IndyFest Presented by the Metro Milwaukee Honda Dealers is an IndyCar Series race held at the Milwaukee Mile in West Allis, Wisconsin.

History[edit]

Open wheel racing at the track dates back to 1937. AAA sanctioned races in 1937–1939, 1941, and 1946–1955. The track was paved in 1954.

USAC sanctioned Championship car races from 1956–1979. In 1980, the race switched to a CART/Champ Car race, and continued through 2006. IndyCar started holding races at the track in 2004, and thus for a brief time from 2004-2006, the track hosted both a Champ Car race (June) and an IndyCar race (August).

Starting in 2007, IndyCar became the lone event. The race was put on hiatus for 2010, stemming from management difficulties regarding payment of sanctioning fees. In 2011, the race returned and continues to be held.

Race scheduling[edit]

For most years starting in 1949, Milwaukee traditionally hosted the first race following the Indianapolis 500. From 1947 to 1982, Milwaukee generally hosted two races, the first race right after Indy in June, and the second in August or September. The latter sometimes in the days surrounding the Wisconsin State Fair.

After 1982, the second race was dropped.[2]

In 1986, the race was scheduled for Sunday June 1. However, due to rain on May 25–26, the Indianapolis 500 was rescheduled to Saturday May 31. After discussions with track, television, and series leaders, the Milwaukee race was pushed back one week to make the accommodation.

In 2004, when both Champ Car and IndyCar were holding races at the track, Champ Car still utilized the June date, while IndyCar chose to hold their race in late July. In 2007, when IndyCar became the lone open wheel race at the track, in an effort to revive the traditional schedule, the race was placed in June immediately after Indy. This arrangement lasted only three years, as the race was put on hiatus for 2010. For 2011-2013, the race was scheduled for the Saturday of Father's Day weekend, and for 2014, it was moved to August.

Race history and facts[edit]

From 1950 to 1987, the June race was called the Rex Mays Classic, in honor of Rex Mays, a two-time AAA national champion killed in a race in 1949. Meanwhile, the August race was named the Tony Bettenhausen 200 from 1961 to 1982 in reference of Tony Bettenhausen, who died after a crash in 1961.

In the 1963 Tony Bettenhausen 200, Jim Clark and Team Lotus became the first to win an American Championship race with a rear-engined, monocoque car. After finishing second in that year's Indianapolis 500, Lotus decided to run the car again at Milwaukee and Trenton. Clark and teammate Dan Gurney broke the track record by over a second in qualifying, and Clark led all 200 laps to win, lapping the entire field except for second place A. J. Foyt.[3]

Past winners[edit]

AAA Championship Car history[edit]

Season Date Race Name Driver Team Chassis Engine Race Distance Race Time Average Speed
(mph)
Laps Miles (km)
1937NC August 29 Rex Mays Adams Sparks 96* 96 (154.497) 1:07:59
1938NC August 28 Chet Gardner Miller Offy 100 100 (160.934) 1:11:08 84.345
1939 August 27 Babe Stapp Mike Boyle Offy 100 100 (160.934) 1:11:43 83.651
1940 Not held
1941 August 24 Rex Mays Stevens Winfield 100 100 (160.934) 1:12:55 82.249
1942–
1945
Not held (World War II)
1946 September 22 Rex Mays Charles Bowes Stevens Winfield 100 100 (160.934) 1:10:44 84.815
1947 June 8 Bill Holland Fred Peters Wetteroth Offy 100 100 (160.934) 1:08:44 82.281
July 27 Charles Van Acker Tucker Partners Stevens Lencki 100 100 (160.934) 1:09:47 85.963
August 24 Ted Horn Ted Horn Horn Offy 100 100 (160.934) 1:11:08 84.336
1948 June 6 Emil Andres Carmine Tuffanelli Kurtis Offy 100 100 (160.934) 1:10:19 85.319
August 15 Johnny Mantz J.C. Agajanian Kurtis Offy 100 100 (160.934) 1:10:19 85.326
August 29 Myron Fohr/Tony BettenhausenA Carl Marchese Marchese Offy 200 200 (321.869) 2:18:21 86.734
1949 June 5 Myron Fohr Carl Marchese Marchese Offy 100 100 (160.934) 1:11:45 83.615
August 28 Johnnie Parsons Kurtis Kraft Kurtis Offy 200 200 (321.869) 2:19:49 85.818
1950 June 11 Rex Mays Classic Tony Bettenhausen Murrell Belanger Wetteroth Offy 100 100 (160.934) 1:10:33 85.027
August 27 Walt Faulkner J.C. Agajanian Kurtis Offy 200 200 (321.869) 2:17:26 87.315
1951 June 10 Rex Mays Classic Tony Bettenhausen Murrell Belanger Kurtis Offy 100 100 (160.934) 1:06:38 90.024
August 26 Walt Faulkner Agajanian-Grant Kuzma Offy 200 200 (321.869) 2:11:22 91.343
1952 June 8 Rex Mays Classic Mike Nazaruk McNamara Kurtis/Wetteroth Offy 100 100 (160.934) 1:05:02 92.255
August 24 Chuck Stevenson Bessie Lee Paoli Kurtis Offy 200 200 (321.869) 2:27:26 81.392
1953 June 7 Rex Mays Classic Jack McGrath Jack Hinkle Kurtis Offy 100 100 (160.934) 1:04:04 93.634
August 30 Chuck Stevenson J.C. Agajanian Kuzma Offy 200 200 (321.869) 2:13:57 89.58
1954 June 6 Rex Mays Classic Chuck Stevenson J.C. Agajanian Kuzma Offy 100 100 (160.934) 1:01:31 97.529
August 29 Manny Ayulo Peter Schmidt Kuzma Offy 200 200 (321.869) 2:04:39 96.261
1955 June 5 Rex Mays Classic Johnny Thomson Peter Schmidt Kuzma Offy 100 100 (160.934) 1:00:42 98.844
August 28 Pat Flaherty Dunn Engineering Kurtis Offy 250 250 (402.336) 2:37:50 95.022
  • 1937: Race shortened due to scoring error.
^NC Non-championship race
^A Shared drive

USAC Championship Car history[edit]

Season Date Race Name Driver Team Chassis Engine Race Distance Race Time Average Speed
(mph)
Laps Miles (km)
1956 June 10 Rex Mays Classic Pat Flaherty John Zink Watson Offy 100 100 (160.934) 1:00:42 98.846
August 26 Milwaukee 250 Jimmy Bryan Dean Van Lines Kuzma Offy 250 250 (402.336) 2:41:45 92.736
1957 June 9 Rex Mays Classic Rodger Ward Lesovsky Offy s/c 100 100 (160.934) 1:01:21 97.789
August 25 Milwaukee 200 Jim Rathmann Epperly Offy 200 200 (321.868) 2:02:17 98.133
1958 June 8 Rex Mays Classic Art Bisch Kuzma Offy 100 100 (160.934) 1:03:49 94.013
August 24 Milwaukee 200 Rodger Ward Lesovsky Offy 200 200 (321.868) 2:02:41 97.864
1959 June 7 Rex Mays Classic Johnny Thomson Racing Associates Lesovsky Offy 100 100 (160.934) 1:00:51 98.609
August 30 Milwaukee 200 Rodger Ward Leader Card Racing Watson Offy 200 200 (321.868) 2:04:35 96.445
1960 June 5 Rex Mays Classic Rodger Ward Leader Card Racing Watson Offy 100 100 (160.934) 1:00:19 99.465
August 28 Milwaukee 200 Len Sutton S-R Racing Enterprises Watson Offy 200 200 (321.868) 1:59:51 100.131
1961 June 4 Rex Mays Classic Rodger Ward Leader Card Racing Watson Offy 100 100 (160.934) 0:57:46 103.86
August 20 Tony Bettenhausen 200 Lloyd Ruby John Zink Trackburner Watson Offy 200 200 (321.868) 1:58:04 101.638
1962 June 10 Rex Mays Classic A. J. Foyt Trevis Offy 100 100 (160.934) 0:59:29 100.7
August 20 Tony Bettenhausen 200 Rodger Ward Leader Card Racing Watson Offy 200 200 (321.868) 1:59:59 100.017
1963 June 9 Rex Mays Classic Rodger Ward Watson Offy 100 100 (160.934) 0:59:39 100.561
August 18 Tony Bettenhausen 200 Jim Clark Team Lotus Lotus Ford 200 200 (321.868) 1:54:53 104.452
1964 June 7 Rex Mays Classic A. J. Foyt Sheraton-Thompson Watson Offy 100 100 (160.934) 0:59:48 100.346
August 23 Tony Bettenhausen 200 Parnelli Jones Lotus Ford 200 200 (321.868) 1:54:33 104.751
1965 June 6 Rex Mays Classic Parnelli Jones Agajanian/Hurst Lotus Ford 100 100 (160.934) 0:58:58 101.743
August 14 Milwaukee 150 Joe Leonard All American Racers Halibrand Ford 150 150 (241.401) 1:32:31 97.276
August 22 Tony Bettenhausen 200 Gordon Johncock Gerhardt Offy 200 200 (321.868) 1:59:28 100.47
1966 June 5 Rex Mays Classic Mario Andretti Dean Van Lines Brawner Hawk Ford 100 100 (160.934) 1:02:44 96.515
August 27 Tony Bettenhausen 200 Mario Andretti Dean Van Lines Brawner Hawk Ford 200 200 (321.868) 1:55:19 104.061
1967 June 4 Rex Mays Classic Gordon Johncock Gerhardt Ford 150 150 (241.401) 1:31:14 98.643
August 20 Tony Bettenhausen 200 Mario Andretti Dean Van Lines Brawner Hawk Ford 200 200 (321.868) 1:53:52 103.386
1968 June 9 Rex Mays Classic Lloyd Ruby Gene White Mongoose Offy t/c 150 150 (241.401) 1:29:20 100.739
August 18 Tony Bettenhausen 200 Lloyd Ruby Gene White Mongoose Offy t/c 200 200 (321.868) 1:50:22 108.735
1969 June 8 Rex Mays Classic Greg Weld/Art PollardA Gerhardt Offy t/c 150 150 (241.401) 1:20:15 112.157
August 18 Tony Bettenhausen 200 Al Unser Vel's Parnelli Ford Lola Ford t/c 200 200 (321.868) 1:52:24 106.758
1970 June 7 Rex Mays Classic Joe Leonard Vel's Parnelli Ford Colt Ford t/c 150 150 (241.401) 1:23:06 108.3
August 23 Tony Bettenhausen 200 Al Unser Vel's Parnelli Ford Colt Ford t/c 200 200 (321.868) 1:44:59 114.307
1971 June 6 Rex Mays Classic Al Unser Vel's Parnelli Ford Colt Ford t/c 150 150 (241.401) 1:18:19 114.858
August 15 Tony Bettenhausen 200 Bobby Unser All American Racers Eagle Offy t/c 200 200 (321.868) 1:49:42 109.386
1972 June 4 Rex Mays Classic Bobby Unser All American Racers Eagle Offy t/c 150 150 (241.401) 1:22:28 109.131
August 13 Tony Bettenhausen 200 Joe Leonard Vel's Parnelli Jones Racing Parnelli Offy t/c 200 200 (321.868) 1:47:28 111.652
1973 June 10 Rex Mays Classic Bobby Unser All American Racers Eagle Offy t/c 150 150 (241.401) 1:18:59 113.965
August 12 Tony Bettenhausen 200 Wally Dallenbach Patrick Racing Eagle Offy t/c 200 200 (321.868) 1:50:47 108.32
1974 June 9 Rex Mays Classic Johnny Rutherford Team McLaren McLaren Offy t/c 150 150 (241.401) 1:21:39 110.225
August 11 Tony Bettenhausen 200 Gordon Johncock Patrick Racing Eagle Offy t/c 200 200 (321.868) 1:41:03 118.752
1975 June 8 Rex Mays Classic A. J. Foyt Gilmore Racing Coyote Foyt t/c 150 150 (241.401) 1:18:55 114.042
August 17 Tony Bettenhausen 200 Mike Mosley Jerry O'Connell Racing Eagle Offy t/c 200 200 (321.868) 1:44:54 114.393
1976 June 13 Rex Mays Classic Mike Mosley Jerry O'Connell Racing Eagle Offy t/c 150 150 (241.401) 1:14:02 121.577
August 22 Tony Bettenhausen 200 Al Unser Vel's Parnelli Jones Racing Parnelli Cosworth t/c 200 200 (321.868) 1:38:26 121.907
1977 June 12 Rex Mays Classic Johnny Rutherford Team McLaren McLaren Cosworth t/c 150 150 (241.401) 1:36:49 92.962
August 21 Tony Bettenhausen 200 Johnny Rutherford Team McLaren McLaren Cosworth t/c 200 200 (321.868) 1:55:37 103.798
1978 June 18 Rex Mays Classic Rick Mears Penske Racing Penske Cosworth t/c 150 150 (241.401) 1:14:35 120.677
August 20 Tony Bettenhausen 200 Danny Ongais Interscope Racing Parnelli Cosworth t/c 200 200 (321.868) 1:50:43 108.369
1979 June 10 Rex Mays Classic A. J. Foyt Gilmore Racing Parnelli Cosworth t/c 150 150 (241.401) 1:22:36 108.955
August 12 Tony Bettenhausen 200 Roger McCluskey AMI Racing Lola Cosworth t/c 200 200 (321.868) 1:42:27 117.135
^A Shared drive

CART IndyCar History[edit]

Season Date Race Name Driver Team Chassis Engine Race Distance Race Time Average Speed
(mph)
Report
Laps Miles (km)
1980 June 8 Gould Rex Mays Classic United States Bobby Unser Penske Racing Penske Cosworth 150 150 (241.401) 1:19:48 112.773 Report
August 10 Tony Bettenhausen 200 United States Johnny Rutherford Chaparral Racing Chaparral Cosworth 200 200 (321.868) 1:54:13 105.063 Report
1981 June 7 Gould Rex Mays Classic United States Mike Mosley All American Racers Eagle Chevrolet 150 150 (241.401) 1:19:03 113.838 Report
September 5 A.B. Dick Tony Bettenhausen 200 United States Tom Sneva Bignotti-Cotter March Cosworth 200 200 (321.868) 1:41:41 118.013 Report
1982 June 13 Gould Rex Mays Classic United States Gordon Johncock Patrick Racing Wildcat Cosworth 150 150 (241.401) 1:10:52 126.987 Report
August 1 Provimi Veal Tony Bettenhausen 200 United States Tom Sneva Bignotti-Cotter March Cosworth 200 200 (321.868) 1:49:57 109.132 Report
1983 June 12 Dana Rex Mays Classic United States Tom Sneva Bignotti-Cotter March Cosworth 150 150 (241.401) 1:17:42 115.83 Report
1984 June 3 Dana Rex Mays Classic United States Tom Sneva Mayer Motorsports Ltd March Cosworth 200 200 (321.868) 1:41:41 118.03 Report
1985 June 2 Dana Rex Mays Classic United States Mario Andretti Newman/Haas Racing Lola Cosworth 200 200 (321.868) 1:36:38 124.162 Report
1986 June 8 Miller American 200,
in Honor of Rex Mays
United States Michael Andretti Kraco Racing March Cosworth 200 200 (321.868) 1:42:45 116.788 Report
1987 May 31 Miller American 200,
in Honor of Rex Mays
United States Michael Andretti Kraco Racing March Cosworth 200 200 (321.868) 1:47:17 111.853 Report
1988 June 5 Miller High Life 200 United States Rick Mears Penske Racing Penske Chevrolet-Ilmor 200 200 (321.868) 1:37:42 122.819 Report
1989 June 4 Miller High Life 200 United States Rick Mears Penske Racing Penske Chevrolet-Ilmor 200 200 (321.868) 1:32:11 130.16 Report
1990 June 3 Miller Genuine Draft 200 United States Al Unser, Jr. Galles/Kraco Racing Lola Chevrolet-Ilmor 200 200 (321.868) 1:29:46 133.67 Report
1991 June 2 Miller Genuine Draft 200 United States Michael Andretti Newman/Haas Racing Lola Chevrolet-Ilmor 200 200 (321.868) 1:29:10 134.577 Report
1992 June 28 Miller Genuine Draft 200 United States Michael Andretti Newman/Haas Racing Lola Ford-Cosworth 200 200 (321.868) 1:26:56 138.031 Report
1993 June 6 Miller Genuine Draft 200 United Kingdom Nigel Mansell Newman/Haas Racing Lola Ford-Cosworth 200 200 (321.868) 1:48:08 110.97 Report
1994 June 5 Miller Genuine Draft 200 United States Al Unser, Jr. Penske Racing Penske Ilmor 192* 192 (308.994) 1:36:57 118.804 Report
1995 June 4 Miller Genuine Draft 200 Canada Paul Tracy Newman/Haas Racing Lola Ford-Cosworth 200 200 (321.868) 1:27:23 137.304 Report
1996 June 2 Miller Genuine Draft 200 United States Michael Andretti Newman/Haas Racing Lola Ford-Cosworth 200 200 (321.868) 1:33:32 128.282 Report
1997 June 1 Miller 200 Canada Greg Moore Forsythe Racing Reynard Mercedes-Benz 200 200 (321.868) 1:43:32 119.597 Report
1998 May 31 Miller 200 United States Jimmy Vasser Chip Ganassi Racing Reynard Honda 200 200 (321.868) 1:34:17 131.349 Report
1999 June 6 Miller Lite 225 Canada Paul Tracy Team Green Reynard Honda 225 225 (362.102) 1:48:49 128.029 Report
2000 June 4 Miller Lite 225 Colombia Juan Pablo Montoya Chip Ganassi Racing Lola Toyota 225 225 (362.102) 1:37:38 142.684 Report
2001 June 3 Miller Lite 225 Sweden Kenny Bräck Team Rahal Lola Ford-Cosworth 225 225 (362.102) 1:54:08 122.066 Report
2002 June 2 Miller Lite 250 Canada Paul Tracy Team Green Lola Honda 250 250 (402.336) 1:59:27 129.583 Report
2003 May 31 The Milwaukee Mile Centennial 250
Presented by Miller Lite
Mexico Michel Jourdain, Jr. Team Rahal Lola Ford-Cosworth 250 250 (402.336) 2:16:45 113.19 Report
2004 June 5 Time Warner Cable Roadrunner 250 United States Ryan Hunter-Reay Herdez Competition Lola Ford-Cosworth 250 250 (402.336) 1:59:12 129.859 Report
2005 June 4 Time Warner Cable Roadrunner 225
Presented by U.S. Bank
Canada Paul Tracy Forsythe Racing Lola Ford-Cosworth 221* 221 (355.665) 1:45:01 130.301 Report
2006 June 4 Time Warner Cable Road Runner 225 France Sébastien Bourdais Newman/Haas Racing Lola Ford-Cosworth 197* 197 (317.04) 1:45:03 116.101 Report
  • 1994: Race shortened due to rain.
  • 2005-06: CCWS races used a time limit (1:45), standard for all CCWS races.

IRL IndyCar Series History[edit]

Season Date Race Name Driver Team Chassis Engine Race Distance Race Time Average Speed
(mph)
Report
Laps Miles (km)
2004 July 25 Menards A. J. Foyt Indy 225 United Kingdom Dario Franchitti Andretti Green Racing Dallara Honda 225 228.375 (367.534) 1:46:49 128.272 Report
2005 July 24 ABC Supply Company A. J. Foyt Indy 225 United States Sam Hornish, Jr. Team Penske Dallara Toyota 225 228.375 (367.534) 1:51:39 122.733 Report
2006 July 23 ABC Supply Company A. J. Foyt Indy 225 Brazil Tony Kanaan Andretti Green Racing Dallara Honda 225 228.375 (367.534) 1:42:38 133.513 Report
2007 June 3 ABC Supply Company A. J. Foyt Indy 225 Brazil Tony Kanaan Andretti Green Racing Dallara Honda 225 228.375 (367.534) 1:47:42 127.220 Report
2008 June 1 ABC Supply Company A. J. Foyt Indy 225 Australia Ryan Briscoe Team Penske Dallara Honda 225 228.375 (367.534) 1:42:42 133.428 Report
2009 May 31 ABC Supply Company A. J. Foyt Indy 225 New Zealand Scott Dixon Chip Ganassi Racing Dallara Honda 225 228.375 (367.534) 1:38:44 138.784 Report
2010 Not held
2011 June 19 Milwaukee 225 United Kingdom Dario Franchitti Chip Ganassi Racing Dallara Honda 225 228.375 (367.534) 1:56:44 117.390 Report
2012 June 16 Milwaukee IndyFest Presented by XYQ United States Ryan Hunter-Reay Andretti Autosport Dallara DW12 Chevrolet 225 228.375 (367.534) 1:52:18 122.020 Report
2013 June 15 Milwaukee IndyFest United States Ryan Hunter-Reay Andretti Autosport Dallara DW12 Chevrolet 250 253.75 (408.37) 1:51:15 136.848 Report
2014 August 17 ABC Supply Wisconsin 250 Australia Will Power Team Penske Dallara Chevrolet 250 250.75 (403.54) 1:44:49 145.243 Report

Support Race History[edit]

ARS/Indy Lights Atlantic Championship
Season Date Winning Driver
1986 June 8 United States Mike Groff
1987 May 31 Belgium Didier Theys
1988 June 4 United States Dave Simpson
1989 June 4 United States Mike Groff
1990 June 3 Canada Paul Tracy
1991 June 2 United States Robbie Groff
1992 June 28 Mexico Adrian Fernandez
1993 June 6 United States Bryan Herta
1994 June 5 United Kingdom Steve Robertson
1995 June 4 Canada Greg Moore
1996 June 2 United States Mark Hotchkis
1997 June 1 United States Clint Mears
1998 May 31 Republic of Ireland Derek Higgins
1999 June 6 Republic of Ireland Derek Higgins
2000 June 5 New Zealand Scott Dixon
2001 June 3 United States Townsend Bell
2002
2003
Not held
2004 July 25 United States Paul Dana
2005 July 24 United States Jeff Simmons
2006 July 22 Brazil Jaime Camara
2007 June 2 United Kingdom Alex Lloyd
2008 June 1 United States Bobby Wilson
2009 May 31 Brazil Mario Romancini
2010 Not held
2011 June 19 Argentina Esteban Guerrieri
2012 June 15 France Tristan Vautier
2013 June 15 United States Sage Karam
Season Date Winning Driver
1988 May 15 United States Jocko Cunningham
1989
1992
Not held
1993 June 5 Canada Claude Bourbonnais
1994 June 4 United States Greg Ray
1995 June 3 Canada David Empringham
1996 June 1 United States Anthony Lazzaro
1997 May 31 United States Alex Barron
1998 May 30 United States Memo Gidley
1999 June 5 Canada Lee Bentham
2000 June 3 Argentina Martín Basso
2001 June 2 Brazil Hoover Orsi
2002 June 2 United States Roger Yasukawa
2003 June 1 United Kingdom Ryan Dalziel
2004 June 5 United States Jon Fogarty

CART & IndyCar Broadcast Information[edit]

CART/CCWS[edit]

Season Date US TV channel Lap-by-lap Driver Analyst(s) Pit Reporters
1991 June 2 ABC Paul Page Bobby Unser & Sam Posey Jack Arute & Gary Gerould
1992 June 28 ABC Paul Page Bobby Unser & Sam Posey Jack Arute & Gary Gerould
1993 June 6 ABC Paul Page Bobby Unser & Sam Posey Jack Arute & Gary Gerould
1994 June 5 ABC Paul Page Bobby Unser & Sam Posey Jack Arute & Gary Gerould
1995 June 4 ABC Paul Page Bobby Unser & Sam Posey Jack Arute & Gary Gerould
1996 June 2 ABC Paul Page Danny Sullivan Jack Arute & Gary Gerould
1997 June 1 ABC Bob Varsha Danny Sullivan Gary Gerould & Jon Beekhuis
1998 May 31 ESPN Bob Varsha Danny Sullivan Gary Gerould & Jon Beekhuis
1999 June 6 ABC Paul Page Parker Johnstone Gary Gerould & Jon Beekhuis
2000 June 4 ABC Paul Page Parker Johnstone Gary Gerould & Jon Beekhuis
2001 June 3 ESPN Paul Page Parker Johnstone Gary Gerould & Jon Beekhuis
2002 June 2 CBS Bob Varsha Derek Daly Ralph Sheheen & Jon Beekhuis
2003 May 31 Speed Channel Bob Varsha Tommy Kendall Unknown
2004 June 5 Spike TV Bob Jenkins Tommy Kendall Derek Daly, Jon Beekhuis, & Chris McClure
2005 June 4 CBS Rick Benjamin Derek Daly Bill Stephens, Jon Beekhuis, Cameron Steele, & Michelle Biesner
2006 June 4 CBS Rick Benjamin Derek Daly Bill Stephens, Jon Beekhuis, Cameron Steele, & Michelle Biesner

IndyCar Series[edit]

Season Date US TV channel Lap-by-lap Driver Analyst(s) Pit Reporters
2004 July 25 ABC Paul Page Scott Goodyear & Jack Arute Dr. Jerry Punch & Todd Harris
2005 July 24 ESPN Todd Harris Scott Goodyear Jack Arute, Dr. Jerry Punch, & Jamie Little
2006 July 23 ESPN Marty Reid Scott Goodyear & Rusty Wallace Jack Arute, Dr. Jerry Punch, & Jamie Little
2007 June 3 ABC Marty Reid Scott Goodyear Jack Arute, Vince Welch, & Brienne Pedigo
2008 June 1 ABC Marty Reid Scott Goodyear Jack Arute, Vince Welch, & Brienne Pedigo
2009 May 31 ABC Marty Reid Scott Goodyear Jack Arute, Vince Welch, & Brienne Pedigo
2010 Not held
2011 June 19 ABC Marty Reid Scott Goodyear Jamie Little, Vince Welch, & Rick DeBruhl
2012 June 16 ABC Marty Reid Scott Goodyear Jamie Little, Vince Welch, & Rick DeBruhl
2013 June 15 NBCSN Leigh Diffey Townsend Bell, David Hobbs Kevin Lee, Jon Beekhuis, & Robin Miller

References[edit]

  1. ^ Associated Press (16 October 2013). "Andretti signs ABC Supply to sponsor Milwaukee". Sporting News. Retrieved 17 October 2013. 
  2. ^ "The Milwaukee Mile". Champ Car Stats. Retrieved 28 February 2011. 
  3. ^ Case, Dean. "The Day the Dinosaurs Died". Retrieved 28 February 2011. 

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