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Lapping up the experience

Hornish got everything out of Indy 500 victory

There will be no standing around for defending champion Sam Hornish Jr. when the 91st Indianapolis 500 gets underway Sunday. There will be no standing around for defending champion Sam Hornish Jr. when the 91st Indianapolis 500 gets underway Sunday. (GAVIN LAWRENCE/GETTY IMAGES)
By Michael Vega
Globe Staff / May 25, 2007

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Defending Indianapolis 500 winner Sam Hornish Jr. has returned to the fabled Brickyard with his eyes focused not on his rearview mirror, but on the road ahead for Sunday's 91st running. (Full article: 1218 words)

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