These are the drivers entered in the 2020 Indianapolis 500, by team, with car number and Indy 500 history. All drivers use Dallara chassis and Firestone tires: 

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Andretti Autosport (Honda engines) 

26. Zach Veach 

Career: 2 starts. 2019: 29th. Average finish: 26.0

27. Alexander Rossi 

Career: 4 starts, winning as a rookie in 2016 (100th Indy 500). 2019: 2nd. Average finish: 3.5

28. Ryan Hunter-Reay 

Career: 12 starts, winning in 2014. 2019: 8th. Average finish: 15.8

29. James Hinchcliffe 

Career: 7 starts, best finish of 6th in 2012. 2019: 11th. Average finish: 17.7  

88. Colton Herta (Andretti Harding Steinbrenner Autosport) 

He finished 33rd as a rookie in 2019. He started 5th but retired with a gearbox issue after 3 laps.

98. Marco Andretti (Andretti Herta Autosport with Marco Andretti and Curb-Agajanian) 

Career: 14 starts, best finish of 2nd as a rookie in 2006. 2019: 26th. Average finish: 11.9

Team Penske (Chevrolet engines) 

1. Josef Newgarden 

Career: 8 starts, best finish of 3rd in 2016. 2019: 4th. Average finish: 15.7

3. Helio Castroneves 

Career: 19 starts (wins in 2001 as a rookie, ’02, ’09). 2019: 18th. Average finish: 8.6

12. Will Power 

Career: 12 starts, winning in 2018. 2019: 5th. Average finish: 11.3

22. Simon Pagenaud 

Career: Defending champion, starting from the pole and holding off Alexander Rossi. 8 starts, with a previous best finish of 6th in 2018. Average finish: 10.8

Chip Ganassi Racing (Honda) 

8. Marcus Ericsson 

He finished 23rd as a rookie in 2019.

9. Scott Dixon 

Career: 17 starts, winning from the pole in 2008. 2019: 17th. Average finish: 10.8

10. Felix Rosenqvist 

He finished 28th as a rookie in 2019.

Arrow McLaren SP (Chevrolet) 

5. Patricio O’Ward 

He failed to qualify in 2019. 

7. Oliver Askew 

He is an Indy 500 rookie.

66. Fernando Alonso 

Career: Finished 29th in 2017 after starting 5th and leading 27 laps. 2019: Failed to qualify.

A.J. Foyt Racing (Chevrolet) 

4. Charlie Kimball 

Career: 9 starts, finishing 3rd in 2015. 2019: 25th. Average finish: 15.2

14. Tony Kanaan 

Career: 18 starts, winning in 2013 after making the last of a race-record 68 passes for the lead. 2019: 9th. Average finish: 12.7

41. Dalton Kellett 

He is an Indy 500 rookie.

Ed Carpenter Racing (Chevrolet) 

20. Ed Carpenter 

Career: 16 starts, best finish of 2nd in 2018 (started 3 times from pole). 2019: 6th. Average finish: 15.5

21. Rinus VeeKay 

He is an Indy 500 rookie.

47. Conor Daly 

Career: 6 starts. 2019: 10th. Average finish: 24.1

Rahal Letterman Lanigan Racing (Honda) 

15. Graham Rahal 

Career: 12 starts, with a best finish of 3rd in 2011. 2019: 27th. Average finish: 18.1

30. Takuma Sato 

Career: 10 starts, winning in 2017. 2019: 3rd. Average finish: 17.6

45. Spencer Pigot 

Career: 4 starts. 2019: 14th, his best. Average finish: 19.2

Dale Coyne Racing (Honda) 

18. Santino Ferrucci (with Vasser-Sullivan) 

He finished 7th as a rookie in 2019.

51. James Davison (with Rick Ware Racing/Byrd/Belardi) 

Career: 5 starts. 2019: 12th, his best. Average finish: 21.6

55. Alex Palou (with Team Goh) 

He is an Indy 500 rookie.

Meyer Shank Racing (Honda) 

60. Jack Harvey (with Andretti Autosport technical partnership) 

Career: 3 starts. 2019: 21st. Average finish: 22.7

Carlin (Chevrolet) 

59. Max Chilton 

Career: 3 starts (best finish of 4th in 2017). 2019: Did not qualify. Average finish: 13.7

Dreyer and Reinbold Racing (Chevrolet) 

24. Sage Karam 

Career: 6 starts. 2019: 19th. Average finish: 22.3

67. J.R. Hildebrand 

Career: 9 starts, with a best finish of 2nd as a rookie in 2001. 2019: 20th. Average finish: 13.3

DragonSpeed (Chevrolet) 

81. Ben Hanley 

He finished 32nd as a rookie in 2019.

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