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In 1974, due to the energy crisis, the schedule was reduced, and the track opened instead three weeks before race day.
The race has always been scheduled in conjunction with Memorial Day.
In some early years, practice may have been permitted on Sundays, but the gates might not be open to the public.
When Tony Hulman bought the Speedway after World War II, Speedway management continued to refuse to schedule the race on a Sunday, a policy that stayed in place through 1973.
The network dates back to 1952, and was initially launched using WIBC talent.
Since the late 1960s and early 1970s, the station has featured extensive daily coverage of practice, qualifications, as well as pre-race and post-race coverage on race day.