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 May 30

by Carolina

If you’re attending or watching the Indy 500, you might run into some star power. Here’s who has been spotted at the track today for the Indianapolis 500.

Milo Ventimiglia

Milo Ventimiglia got to do a “test drive” with Conor Daly on Saturday, he shared on Twitter.

See, this is what happens when you driven by the driver,” Ventimiglia said. “I will be your Uber for today,” Daly joked, driving the golf cart. “Five stars.”

The Emmy-nominated ‘This is Us’ actor was tapped to wave the green flag Sunday to mark the start of the race.

Larry Bird

Hoosier legend and former Pacer Larry Bird wished drivers good luck before the race. The Pacers joked, “Luckily for the field, Larry is sitting this one out.”

Justin Holliday

The Indiana Pacers player posed for photos at the track Sunday.

Tom Allen

The Indiana University head football coach posed with racing legend A.J. Foyt.

Danica Patrick

Lyn St. James

The former race car driver spoke to the Paretta Autosport crew and team owner Beth Paretta this morning.

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Titus O’Neil

Roger Penske

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Jimmie Allen

‘Sway Boys’

Josh Richards and Griffin Johnson, both part of the Sway Boys on TikTok, were spotted at the track “Anyone wanna race?” Richards said in a TikTok video shot from the track.

Gov. Eric Holcomb

Holcomb was spotted at the track, the same place where he was vaccinated months ago. This week, he joined the 500 festival’s Gold Star Ceremony to honor veterans for memorial day.

Rep. Greg Pence

The Indiana 6th district representative posted a picture at the track today, tweeting “Happy race day, Hoosiers!

Mike Pence

The former vice president announced he will attend the race, though he was not pictured with his brother. 

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Contact IndyStar reporter Rashika Jaipuriar at rjaipuriar@gannett.com and follow her on Twitter @rashikajpr.

Original posted at www.indystar.com

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