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Further limitations on Indy 500 attendance

Next month's 104th Indianapolis 500 will be limited to 25 percent capacity instead of the originally hoped for 50 percent, and masks will be required for those attending. That was the announcement Tuesday from Penske Entertainment Corp. regarding the IndyCar racing classic, which was postponed from May to Aug. 23. Last month, the Indianapolis Motor Speedway said attendance would be limited to 50 percent because of the pandemic; now it's more likely a maximum crowd of 75,000 could be in the grandstands, suites and infield as IMS practices social distancing. Tickets for the race will continue to be sold through Friday.
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