Four turns. Two-hundred laps. Five-hundred miles. The first one take the checkered flag takes home more than milk, more than hardware, more than wreaths. A driver's name is cemented in history as one of the best to ever race. So what does it take to win the Indianapolis 500?
The McLaren debacle dominated the first week at Indianapolis Motor Speedway and dwarfed every other team and driver trying to make Sunday's race — including plenty of contenders ready to star in "The Greatest Spectacle in Racing."