Former U.S. Presidents Bill Clinton and George Bush lead a long list of well-known names and faced expected to be at the famed 2.5-mile Indianapolis Motor Speedway for the 87th running of the Indianapolis 500 on Sunday.

"The Greatest Spectacle in Racing" will bring out the stars as several nationally known celebrities are expected to attend the festivities surrounding the 87th running of the Indianapolis 500.

Among the prominent figures expected to attend the race include well-known Hollywood stars Tim Allen, Dennis Miller and Steven Spielberg, and former heavyweight champion Muhammad Ali.

Former U.S. Presidents Bill Clinton and George Bush also will be in Indianapolis on race weekend and will attend the race.

Singing sensations scheduled to perform on Race Day morning are Daniel Rodriguez, Wynonna Judd, Darryl Worley and Brian McKnight.

Rodriguez, a seven-year veteran of the New York City Police Department who captivated the United States with his stirring a cappella versions of "The Star Spangled Banner" and "God Bless America" in the aftermath of Sept. 11, 2001, will sing the National Anthem prior to the start of the "500."

Motown artist McKnight and country music star Wynonna will perform on the Coca-Cola Stage in the Bombardier Pagoda Plaza. McKnight will take the stage at 9:05 a.m. (EST), with Judd at 10:20 a.m. Country music sensation Worley will sing at 10:15 a.m. from the Victory Podium.

Andrew Firestone, the current bachelor on ABC's "The Bachelor," will attend with his new fianc?e, Jen, both at the "500" and the Flagstar Bank 500 Festival Parade. "The Bachelor" wrapped up its current season on Sunday, May 18.

Charlie Maher, who finished runner-up in ABC's "The Bachelorette," also will be at the "500."

Actor Jim Caviezel, who will portray Jesus Christ in Mel Gibson's new movie, "The Passion," will be in attendance. Caviezel drove the Pace Car for the 86th Indianapolis 500 last year.

Celebrities expected to attend the 87th Indy 500.

Muhammad Ali (legendary boxer)
Tim Allen (actor/comedian)
Neil Boortz (national radio talk show host)
Avery Brooks (actor, "Star Trek")
Former President George Bush
Ruth Buzzie (actress/comedian)
Jim Caviezel (actor)
Former President Bill Clinton
Bryan Cranston (actor, "Malcolm in the Middle")
Howie D. (Backstreet Boys group)
Anthony Edwards (actor)
Andrew Firestone ("The Bachelor")
George Hamilton (actor)
Florence Henderson (actress/singer)
Orlando Jones (actor)
Naomi Judd (singer)
Wynonna Judd (singer)
General John Keane (Vice chief of staff, U.S. Army)
Jeannette Lee (champion billiards player)
David Letterman (late-night TV icon)
Charlie Maher ("The Bachelorette")
Peter Max (Official Indy 500 artist)
Mercy Me (Christian band)
John McGinley (actor, "Scrubs")
Brian McKnight (singer)
Bode Miller (U.S. Olympian)
Dennis Miller (actor/comedian)
Beverley Mitchell (Actress, "7th Heaven")
James Mungro (NFL running back)
Jim Nabors (actor/singer)
Bubba Paris (former NFL player)
Daniel Rodriguez (singer)
Ryne Sandberg (Former baseball all-star)
Steven Spielberg (filmmaker/producer)
Staind (alternative rock band)
Joe Tiller (Purdue football coach)
David Wolf (astronaut)
Darryl Worley (singer)