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Three veterans drive to the front in Indianapolis 500 qualifying
Three veterans drive to the front in Indianapolis 500 qualifying

When Ed Carpenter, Carlos Munoz and Helio Castroneves were pushed to the edge Saturday, each remained calm and came up with their best-qualifying runs of the day. Now they have to do it again one more time Sunday. The American, Colombian and Brazilian, who have celebrated some of their biggest career moments at Indianapolis, each made daring runs over the final 80 minutes Saturday to take the top three seedings heading into Sunday's Indianapolis 500 shootout. Carpenter finished first with a four-lap qualifying average of 230.661 mph. Munoz was second at 230.460. "I wasn't sure we were going to go 230 in our first run, so I was relieved when we did," Carpenter...

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