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Roger Penske feeling hale at another Indy 500 as Indianapolis Motor Speedway’s owner

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INDIANAPOLIS – At 86, Indianapolis Motor Speedway owner Roger Penske looks healthy, rejuvenated, and ambitious as he prepares for the fourth Indy 500 since agreeing to purchase the track on Nov.

4, 2019. Hard work, and lots of it, is what keeps Penske going. “I get up every morning,” Penske told NBC Sports in an exclusive interview. “That’s a full-time job staying alive when you are my age.” As the chairman of the Penske Corp.

with a personal net worth of $3.1 billion according to Forbes, there are few, if any, days off for Penske. He has business worlds to conquer and races to win, including an attempt at the 24 Hours of Le Mans this year with Porsche Penske Motorsport.

At 86, Penske’s pace puts 30- and 40-year-olds to shame. “I’m very fortunate,” Penske said. “My wife is my biggest supporter.

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