Transcript for Indy 500 Pit Crew Gives 'GMA' Anchor a Lesson in Changing Tires
For our special indy 500 edition of pop news, let's get over the Sara Haines who's at the speedway. This assignment has been quite the assignment, it's educational covering the indy 500, it turned into an experience where I got a lesson from Tony Kanaan how to change a tire in just a few seconds -- well, it took me a little longer than that. Okay that is really loud when it does that. Wait. Okay. We're ç ready. We did it. We're ready. That was like only two minutes. Our racer, Tony, would have run. It took me just slightly a lot more than that, so I'm not going to quit my day job. But also, the indy 500 weekend is full of traditions, one of the most beloved is the parade spectacular, floats, marching bands marched up and down the streets of Indianapolis. The event attracts over 300,000 spectators. I was actually at that event that was pretty cool. Let's not forget the big legends day celebrations. Mario andretti leading the festivities today. It was 45 years ago that he won the indy 500. He's only 74 years old. He came to the U.S. When he was 15 years old. His grandson Marco is racing in the indy 500 today. Another great moment, a big sacrifice to race in the indy 500, only 19 years old and in high school, he missed his senior prom back in Pennsylvania, but his racing team Kim to the rescue, that brought him in his girlfriend to create a special promlike moment. It was his first slow dance ever from the looks of this, I think the prom scene killed it. Those crews come in handy whether throwing a prom or changing a tire, they never dropped the ball. Our best time was six seconds. Oh, wow. Not bad at all. I have never changed a tire let alone a racing tire. We'll be right back. Baked Beans video game? I think I'm getting the hang of it. Okay, now pick up the specially cured bacon!
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