IndyCar veterans still going strong as careers wind down

INDIANAPOLIS (AP) — The flamboyant personalities and winning ways of Helio Castronves, Tony Kanaan and Juan Pablo Montoya have made them fan favorites on the international racing stage. Sebastien Bourdais, Scott Dixon and Will Power won with more subdued approaches but proved every bit as successful on the track and have even equally revered off of it. On Sunday, six of the best drivers in IndyCar history, all in their 40s, will line up for the Indianapolis 500 one more time.