Sports Xtra: Rahal, RLL persevere heading to Indy 500

Posted at 11:58 AM, Aug 11, 2020

INDIANAPOLIS — The wait was longer than usual, but practice for the Indy 500 begins this week.

Dave Furst, Brad Brown and driver analyst, Tony Kanaan, begin Trackside 6 coverage on Wednesday.

There have been so many changes to the IndyCar series this year, from the schedule to whether fans can attend. But, for at least one drver, there's also a "bigger picture."

Race month certainly has a different look, a different feel. But, at its heart, it's still the Indy 500.

On a Zoom call, it's that though that'll have Graham Rahal going over the next two weeks.

"I mean, certainly not a day goes by when you don't think about or dream about winning the Indy500. Clearly, winning it this year will be slightly different than maybe other years. But, it all means the same."

Watch the rest of the interview with Graham Rahal in the video above.