Vision Racing enters six cars for Indianapolis 500

INDIANAPOLIS -- Vision Racing, the team co-owned by
Indianapolis Motor Speedway and IRL boss Tony George, entered six
cars Thursday for the Indy 500.

The cars, all Dallaras, will be driven by veterans Ed Carpenter,
Tomas Scheckter and A.J. Foyt IV.

Carpenter, who is George's stepson, was 11th last year in his
third start at Indianapolis.

Scheckter, the son of 1979 Formula One champion Jody Scheckter,
has driven in five races at Indy. He led 85 laps and was co-rookie
of the year in 2002 and had his best finish the following year,
when he was fourth.

Foyt, the 22-year-old grandson of four-time winner A.J. Foyt,
will be trying for his fourth start at Indy. His best finish was
18th in 2003 as a rookie.

This year's race is May 27. The entry deadline is April 4.