Talk:Lucas Oil Raceway

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I created this article, I used the IRP article and edited some stuff. Hope I did a good job. HappyHarvick2962 00:18, 15 June 2006 (UTC)HappyHarvick2962HappyHarvick2962 00:18, 15 June 2006 (UTC)

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References[edit]

Though this article is a well written article it is in need of sources. Please take the time to find sources for this article if you have the time I don't at the moment. --Pdesil (talk) 17:41, 23 June 2010 (UTC)

Rewrite Needed[edit]

Ive Noticed that this article is a bit confusing I really like articles to be in chronological order this article jumps from modern day information to back in the 1960's. It really just needs to be moved around a bit and also referenced as I stated earlier. --Pdesil (talk) 05:23, 28 June 2010 (UTC)

Alternative layout: the "roval"[edit]

One thing that probably should be mentioned is that, in addition to the dragstrip, oval, and road course, there was another "roval" configuration used by IRP. It combined the normal oval with a dog-leg inside/bypassing turn 1, making a left just past the end of pit road, then a right, then a left back onto the oval between turns one and two (making oval turns 2, 3 and 4 roval turns 4, 5, and 6). It was used, as far as I know, only for the Fastmasters series in the summer of 1993, and measured 0.75 miles (1.21 km) in length. - The Bushranger One ping only 10:28, 12 December 2012 (UTC)

Night Before the 500[edit]

For informational purposes, for the future creation of an article for the Night Before the 500. DoctorindyTalk 15:06, 6 May 2014 (UTC)

NIGHT BEFORE THE 500 MIDGET RACE

  • 16th Street Speedway
    • 1946 Leroy Warriner, Benny Emerick
    • 1947 Sam Hanks, Ted Duncan
    • 1948 Eddie Haddad, Eddie Haddad, Johnnie Parsons
    • 1949 Eddie Haddad, Eddie Haddad, Mike O’Halloran
    • 1950 Leroy Warriner, Mike Nazaruk, Manuel Ayulo
    • 1951 No Race
    • 1952 Potsy Goacher
    • 1953 Johnnie Tolan
    • 1954 Potsy Goacher,Johnny Kay, Tony Bonadies
    • 1955 Eddie Sachs, Forrest Parker
    • 1956 Shorty Templeman, Shorty Templeman, Shorty Templeman
    • 1957 Chuck Rodee, Len Sutton
    • 1958 Mauri Wilson, Gene Force, Tony Bonadies
  • Kokomo Speedway
    • 1959 Gene Force
    • 1960 Jimmy Davies
    • 1961 Jimmy Davies
  • Indianapolis Speedrome
    • 1962 Jimmy Davies
    • 1963 Mel Kenyon
    • 1964 Chuck Rodee
  • Kokomo Speedway
    • 1965 Mel Kenyon
    • 1966 Chuck Arnold
    • 1967 Mike McGreevy
    • 1968 Rained Out
  • Indianapolis Raceway Park
    • 1969 Bob Wente, Henry Pens
    • 1970 Lee Kunzman
    • 1971 Jimmy Caruthers
  • Indiana State Fairgrounds
    • 1972 Tom Bigelow, Pancho Carter
    • 1973 Rained Out
  • Indianapolis Raceway Park
    • 1974 Tommy Astone
    • 1975 Bill Engelhart
    • 1976 Bob Wente
    • 1977 Mel Kenyon
    • 1978 Rich Vogler
  • Indianapolis Speedrome
    • 1979 Jeff Nuckles, Sleepy Tripp
  • Indianapolis Raceway Park
    • 1980 Mel Kenyon
    • 1981 Mack McClellan
    • 1982 Rained Out
    • 1983 Ken Schrader
    • 1984 Steve Lotshaw
    • 1985 Nick Fornoro, Jr.
    • 1986 Sam Isenhower
    • 1987 Nick Fornoro, Jr.
    • 1988 Jack Calabrase
    • 1989 Jeff Gordon
    • 1990 Jeff Gordon
    • 1991 Mike Fedorcak
    • 1992 Doug Kalitta
    • 1993 Mike Bliss
    • 1994 Ted Hines
    • 1995 Andy Michner
    • 1996 Kenneth Nichols
    • 1997 Ryan Newman
    • 1998 Dave Steele
    • 1999 Ryan Newman
    • 2000 Kasey Kahne
    • 2001 Kasey Kahne
    • 2002 Jason Leffler
    • 2003 Aaron Fike
    • 2004 Ron Gregory
    • 2005 Michael Lewis
    • 2006 Bobby Santos III
    • 2007 Kevin Swindell
    • 2008 Bobby East
    • 2009 Chuck Gurney Jr.
    • 2010 Tanner Swanson
    • 2011 Darren Hagen
    • 2012 Tracy Hines
    • 2013 Darren Hagen