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Byline: Steve Crowe
INDIANAPOLIS _ You have to get in to win.
It was the Indianapolis 500 lesson learned so well in 1995 by Al Unser Jr., the race winner in '92 and '94. Five years ago, Unser and Team Penske mate Emerson Fittipaldi failed to make the field in one of the biggest surprises in qualifying history.
For the first time since then, Little Al is back at the Brickyard, and he hopes to land his G Force-Oldsmobile at or near the front in Saturday's pole qualifying. Most of the field is expected to lock up spots on Saturday, and the rest of the 33-car grid will be filled in Sunday's final qualifying session for the May 28 race.
``I learned an awful lot that year _ what not to do,'' said Unser, who joined the Indy Racing League this season after being released by …