Here's a Guide to Picking the Winner Of the 2019 Indianapolis 500.

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Brian Spurlock-USA TODAY Sports

Hi Everybody The Indianapolis 500 For 2019 Is Almost Here and I am Going to Give You A Guide As Far as Picking the Winner of the 103rd Running Of the Greatest Race In the World.

I am going to Go By Team and I am going to Identify a Former Winner Or if the Driver Is a Rookie at Indianapolis So Let's Get Started.

First The Team Of Roger Penske.

Penske Has Four Cars In the Race this Year.

Car 22, Simon Pagenaud Is On the Pole.

Car 12, Will Power Starts 6th and He's the Defender.

Car 2, Josef Newgarden Starts 8th.

Car 3, Helio Castroneves, The 3-Time Winner, If He Hopes to Make it Four He Will Have to Do it From 12th Starting Spot.

Ed Carpenter Racing.

Carpenter Has Three Cars In the Race

Car 20, Ed Carpenter, He Will Start In the Middle Of the Front Row.

Car 63, Ed Jones, He Will Start On the Inside of Row 2.

Car 21, Spencer Pigot, He Starts On the Outside Of the Front Row.

Andretti Autosport.

Andretti Autosport Has Five Cars In the Field.

Car 98, Marco Andretti, He Will Start 10th On Race Day.

Car 27, Alexander Rossi, The 2016 Winner Will Start 9th.

Car 25, Connor Daly, He Starts 11th.

Car 28, Ryan Hunter-Reay, The 2014 Winner Will Start 20th.

Car 26, Zach Veach, He Will Start 27th.

Dale Coyne Racing.

Coyne Racing Has Three Cars in the Field.

Car 18, Sebastien Bourdias, He wants to Do What Only Few Frenchmen Have Ever Done and win the 500, if he Wants to Accomplish that Feat He will Start 7th.

Car 33, James Davidson, He Will Start In 15th on the Outside of Row Five.

Car 19, Santino Ferrucci He's a Rookie at the Speedway for the First Time and He Will Start 21st.

Chip Ginassi Racing.

Ginassi Has Two Cars In the Race This Year.

Car 9, Scott Dixon, The 2008 Winner Will Have to Charge From 18th Starting Spot If He wants to Join the 2-timers Club.

Car 10, Felix Rosenqvist, He's a Rookie at the 500 and He will Have to Start 29th on Race Day.

Rahal Letterman-Lanigan Racing.

Rahal Has Three Cars in the Lineup.

Car 15, Graham Rahal, If He Wants to Do What Dad Did In 1986 And win the 500, He will have to Do it From 17th Starting Spot.

Car 30, Takuma Sato, The 2017 Winner Hopes to Join the 2-Timers Club, but to do so he will have to Charge form 14th on Race Day.

Car 42, Jordan King, He's a Rookie at his Frist 500 and He will Start 26th.

A.J Foyt Enterprises.

Ole A.J. Has Two Cars in the Lineup.

Car 4, Matheus Leist He Will Start 24th On Race Day.

Car 14, Tony Kanan, The 2013 Winner Of the 500 has to charge form 16th Starting Spot if He wants to Join the 2-Timers Club.

Dreyer & Reinbold Racing.

They Have Two Cars in the Field.

Car 48, J.R. Hilderbrand, Can He Erase the 2011 Nightmare and Win the 500, He will have to Start 21st if wants to do so.

Car 24, Sage Karam, He Will Start in the Final Row in 31st Spot.

Dragon Speed Racing Only Has 1 Car In the Race.

Rookie Ben Hanley Will Start 29th at the Back of the Pack.

Arrow Schmidt Peterson Racing.

They have Three Cars in the Lineup.

Car 60, Jack Harvey, He will Start 25th.

Car 5, James Hinchcliffe, He Missed the Race Last Year, But He Made it this Year. He Will Start 32nd in the Final Row.

Car 77, Oriol Servia, He will Start 19th In this Year's 500.

Carlin Racing only Has One Car.

Charlie Kimball Will Start 20th.

Clauson-Marshall Racing Has One Car.

Pippa Mann Will Start 30th.

And Last But Not Least, Kyle Kaiser Will Start Dead Last in 33rd Spot on Race Day Driving for Juncos Racing.

So there You Have it The Field for the 2019 500. Now Who's You Pick For the 2019 Indianapolis 500.

I Want to See Helio Castroneves Win his 4th 500 On Sunday I will Say that Now. But I am going to Pick Ed Carpenter To Win the 2019 Indianapolis 500.