Kurt Busch, driver of the #41 Haas Automation Made in America Chevrolet, practices for the NASCAR Sprint Cup Series Coca-Cola 600 at Charlotte Motor Speedway on May 22, 2014 in Charlotte, North Carolina. (Matt Sullivan/Getty Images/AFP)
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There will be six former champions on the starting grid for Sunday's Indianapolis 500 but the spotlight will be on Kurt Busch, a stock-car interloper chasing motor racing history.The 2004 NASCAR Cup champion's day will begin with a 500-mile dash at the Indy followed by a flight to Charlotte for a 600-mile stint behind the wheel in NASCAR's Coca-Cola 600 .Jacques Villeneuve has won just about everything there is to win in an open-wheel race car, including the 1997 Formula One drivers crown and the 1995 Indy 500, but it has been nearly two decades since the Canadian blitzed his way onto Victory Lane and he returns to the Brickyard looking for a bit of Indy magic.Villeneuve will be joined on the starting grid by Colombian F1 alumni and 2000 Indy 500 winner Juan Pablo Montoya, defending champion Tony Kanaan and three-time winner Helio Castroneves, the latter who is bidding to become part of the Brickyard's most exclusive club – four-time winners of the Indianapolis 500 .
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