What's it like to drive an Indy car? Spark early readers' natural curiosity about racing with this inquiry-based nonfiction approach to Indy cars. Indy car drivers get a real workout. In the Indianapolis 500, drivers go 200 laps, driving for about 3 hours. There's no power steering and braking takes about 100 pounds of force each time. Appeal to budding racers with this question-and-answer book covering Indy car parts, fuel, and how they differ from other race cars. Simple infographics draw in browsers and visual learners. This North American Spanish translation includes a Stay Curious! feature that encourages kids to keep asking questions while doubling as a mini media literacy lesson on research skills. Includes glossary and index.