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MILLER: Sad, surreal, but still Indy

The first thing you notice is driving downtown or out 10th Street, 16th Street, 30th Street or Michigan Road. There are no checkered flags, no black and white bunting anywhere and no sign the biggest race in the world is right around the corner. You get close to the track and see one merchandise trailer in a parking lot across from the track but nothing else …. no ticket scalpers, no breaded tenderloin stands and no cars lined up at the main gate. Pulling into the parking lot of the golf course you fill out a COVID-19 form, get your temperature checked and drive under the old Turn 2 tunnel where your path to the Pagoda lot is paved with orange cones. There is one yellow shirt to wave you...
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