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Reduced capacity, lift of local TV blackout among plans for 104th Indy 500

The 104th Indianapolis will allow 25 percent capacity, be shown live on NBC for central Indiana, allow bronze and silver badge holders to have their normal access, be open to fans for practice, qualifying and Carb Day and has the blessing of national, state and local health officials. Indianapolis Motor Speedway officials unveiled their plan for Aug. 23, which includes wearing a face mask at all times and being screened upon entry to combat the COVID pandemic; but between the size of IMS, the spacing of the spectators and the fact it's an outdoor event, there was an air of confidence it can be pulled off safely. 'In terms of the plan itself, it's approved we have a green flag and we expect...
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