Practice for the 104th running of the Indianapolis 500 presented by Gainbridge which takes place next Sunday 23 August gets underway on Wednesday and Andretti Autosport’s Roger Griffiths believes that there is added importance on this time in 2020.

Practice was due to get underway today (Tuesday) at the Indianapolis Motor Speedway however it will commence on Wednesday instead, giving the teams just three days to prepare for qualifying this weekend.

Speaking to Paddock Eye on Tuesday, Griffiths who runs BMW I Andretti Motorsports in the ABB FIA Formula e championship said that there will be no IndyCar activity on track on Monday and that he expects to get a call from Andretti Autosport’s IndyCar teamvto be at the race next weekend given that the team have six cars entered for the race.

There will be a total of eigt practice days over the next week and and a half including a full field session following the second day of Crown Royal Armed Forces Qualifying and Carb Day which takes place next Friday 21st August.

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