The Memorial Day holiday weekend traditionally means racing in Indiana. But not this year. The pandemic has silenced the engines that would have normally roared for the 104th running of the Indianapolis 500. IMS Owner Roger Penske discusses the economic impact of moving the race to August, the prospect of fans in the stands and what the future looks like for the IndyCar series. 

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