35 cars on the official Indianapolis 500 entry list

Officially, 35 cars are entered for the 105th running of the Indianapolis 500 this May.

The stacked field includes nine past winners of the event, eight former series champions and three rookies. Two cars will go home once the field of 33 is set.

Past winners include three-time Indy 500 champion Helio Castroneves, two-time winners Takuma Sato and Juan Pablo Montoya, as well as one-time winners Simon Pagenaud, Will Power, Alexander Rossi, Ryan Hunter-Reay, Tony Kanaan and Scott Dixon.

RC Enerson, Pietro Fittipaldi and Scott McLaughlin are the three rookie entrants.

15 countries are represented with 13 American drivers,  three drivers from Brazil and England, two from New Zealand, Sweden, Canada and France, and one driver representing Mexico, Spain, Australia, Switzerland, Dubai, Netherlands, Japan and Colombia. 

Andretti Autosport boasts the most entries with six. The field is split fairly evenly between manufacturers with 18 Chevrolets and 17 Hondas.

The expected Dale Coyne/Rick Ware No. 52 entry has pulled out of the event.

On-track action for the Indy 500 begins on Tuesday, May 18th.

Indianapolis 500 entry list:

  No. Driver Team Engine
1 1

JR Hildebrand

A.J. Foyt Enterprises Chevrolet
2 2 Josef Newgarden Team Penske Chevrolet
3 3 Scott McLaughlin (R) Team Penske Chevrolet
4 4 Dalton Kellett A.J. Foyt Enterprises Chevrolet
5 5 Pato O'Ward Arrow McLaren SP Chevrolet
6 06 Helio Castroneves (W) Meyer Shank Racing Honda
7 7 Felix Rosenqvist Arrow McLaren SP Chevrolet
8 8 Marcus Ericsson Chip Ganassi Racing Honda
9 9 Scott Dixon (W) Chip Ganassi Racing Honda
10 10 Alex Palou Chip Ganassi Racing Honda
11 11 Charlie Kimball A.J. Foyt Enterprises Chevrolet
12 12 Will Power (W) Team Penske Chevrolet
13 14 Sebastien Bourdais A.J. Foyt Enterprises Chevrolet
14 15 Graham Rahal Rahal Letterman Lanigan Racing Honda
15 16 Simon De Silvestro Paretta Autosport Chevrolet
16 18 Ed Jones Dale Coyne Racing with Vasser Sullivan Honda
17 20 Ed Carpenter Ed Carpenter Racing Chevrolet
18 21 Rinus VeeKay Ed Carpenter Racing Chevrolet
19 22 Simon Pagenaud (W) Team Penske Chevrolet
20 24 Sage Karam Dreyer & Reinbold Racing Chevrolet
21 25 Stefan Wilson Andretti Autosport Honda
22 26 Colton Herta Andretti Autosport w/ Curb-Agajanian Honda
23 27 Alexander Rossi (W) Andretti Autosport Honda
24 28 Ryan Hunter-Reay (W) Andretti Autosport Honda
25 29 James Hinchcliffe Andretti Steinbrenner Autosport Honda
26 30 Takuma Sato (W) Rahal Letterman Lanigan Racing Honda
27 45 Santino Ferrucci Rahal Letterman Lanigan Racing Honda
28 47 Conor Daly Ed Carpenter Racing Chevrolet
29 48 Tony Kanaan (W) Chip Ganassi Racing Honda
30 51 Pietro Fittipaldi (R) Dale Coyne Racing/RWR Honda
31 59 Max Chilton Carlin Chevrolet
32 60 Jack Harvey Meyer Shank Racing Honda
33 75 RC Enerson (R) Top Gun Racing Chevrolet
34 86 Juan Pablo Montoya (W) Arrow McLaren SP Chevrolet
35 98 Marco Andretti Andretti Herta-Haupert with Marco & Curb-Agajanian Honda
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