Found May 09, 2013 on Indy Racing Revolution:
PLAYERS: Buddy Lazier
Buddy Lazier has become the fourth former winner of the Indianapolis 500 to have an entry submitted for the 97th running of "The Greatest Spectacle in Racing." Lazier Partners Racing, owned by Buddy's father and 1981 "500" starter Bob Lazier, will field the No. 91 Chevrolet with no backup "T" car. It serves as the 34th current entry for this year's race. In 1996, Buddy won the first "500" of the Indy Racing League (now IZOD IndyCar Series) era. He last ran at the Brickyard in 2008, finishing 17th for Hemelgarn Johnson Racing after breaking into the field on Bump Day, and failed to qualify for the 2009 event. Buddy has five Top-5 finishes (the most recent of those being a fifth-place effort in 2005 for Panther Racing) over 16 career starts at Indy.

Lazier becomes 33rd driver to join Indy 500 field

The Indianapolis 500 has reached 33 driver-car combinations. Track officials announced Wednesday that Buddy Lazier, the 1996 race champion and 2000 series champ, will drive the car for a team owned by his father, Bob. If Lazier and the other 32 drivers on the entry list qualify, the race will start with its traditional 33-car field. Qualifying for the May 26 race is scheduled for...

2013 Indianapolis 500: Buddy Lazier makes return to IndyCar racing

1996 Indianapolis 500 champion Buddy Lazier will return to the Izod IndyCar Series for one race this 2013 season. What better race for a return than May 26th’s Indy 500. Lazier bought a chassis and partnered with his dad, former IndyCar driver Bob Lazier, and will attempt to make his 17th Indianapolis 500 mile race. The last time Lazier made an attempt at making the big race was...

INDYCAR: Buddy Lazier Confirms Indy 500 Entry, Completes Field Of 33

Lazier's car was the Lotus test chassis entered and raced by ex-F1 driver Jean Alesi at the 2012 Indy 500 with support from the Fan Force United team.
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