2014 Indianapolis 500

IndyCar: Indianapolis 500

The 2014 Indianapolis 500 is my fifth time covering The Greatest Spectacle in Racing. The history behind the Indianapolis Speedway is like no other track in the country. The first race at the track was in 1911 and this was the 98th running of the 500.

Be able to be one of the 250,000 spectators to be part of the race on Memorial Day Weekend is very special. Let’s get on with the photos.

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Scott Dixon takes 2inTO

My motorsports coverage continues in Toronto, Ontario for  the Honda Indy Toronto. Instead of having one race over the weekend they had two race for double the points. Scott Dixon would take home the victory in booth races and Sebastien Bourdais dropped and broke his Ashley Waterford Crystal trophy in victory lane.

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2013 Indianapolis 500

May 26, 2013; Indianapolis, IN, USA; IndyCar driver JR Hilderbrand crashes during the running of the 2013 Indianapolis 500 at the Indianapolis Motor Speedway.

The Indianapolis 500 is the greatest spectacle in racing and is considered one of the three most prestigious motorsports events in the world.  With 275,000 people in the track to watch the race the atmosphere is one of the best I experience year after year.

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Baltimore Grandprix

Following the Ohio at Penn State game on Saturday, it was time to get back in the car and drive from State College to Baltimore. This time it would only be a 170 mile drive which is a walk in the park for someone who drives as much as I do. After covering three football games in three days in two different states, I was looking for a little bit of a change! I would be shooting the IndyCar race through the streets of downtown Baltimore Sunday!

IndyCar is my third favorite sport to shoot behind football and drag racing, the access is awesome and all of the drivers are super cool! The cars would be racing through the streets of downtown Baltimore. Anytime a race is in an area that has very well known landmarks it’s important to include those in your pictures!

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Andrew Weber is a professional sports photographer based in Toledo, OH. He was a place kicker for The University of Toledo football team for four years. Andrew's primary focus is capturing important events on film. He was a staff photographer for the Bowling Green Sentinel-Tribune covering a wide variety of events ranging from high school athletics and late-breaking stories to local county fairs.