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James Hinchcliffe doesn't expect to race another car in Indy 500

James Hinchcliffe doesn't expect to be taking part in the 102nd Indianapolis 500 after failing to qualify on 'Bump Day'. On a day filled with drama due to rain and mechanical issues with his No.5 Schmidt Peterson/Honda, the session ended with Hinchcliffe failing to register a time alongside Pippa Mann who also failed to make it into the final 33. For the Indy 500, it is the car which qualifies for the race, not the driver. Should the Schmidt Peterson team and his sponsors be able to arrange for another driver to vacate their car before the race, Hinchcliffe could still be eligible to participate in the famous 500-mile race. 'There obviously has been a precedent in the...
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