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Indy 500 winner 1960: Jim Rathmann  Starting Position: 2  Race Time: 3:36:11.360  Chassis/engine: Watson/Offy

Indy 500 winner 1960: Jim Rathmann Starting Position: 2 Race Time: 3:36:11.360 Chassis/engine: Watson/Offy

Anthony Joseph "A. J." Foyt, Jr. (born January 16, 1935) is a retired American automobile racing driver. He raced in numerous genres of motorsports. His open wheel racing includes USAC Champ cars and midget cars. He raced stock cars in NASCAR and USAC. He won several major sports car racing events. He holds the all-time USAC career wins record with 159 victories and the all-time American championship racing career wins record with 67

Anthony Joseph "A. J." Foyt, Jr. (born January 16, 1935) is a retired American automobile racing driver. He raced in numerous genres of motorsports. His open wheel racing includes USAC Champ cars and midget cars. He raced stock cars in NASCAR and USAC. He won several major sports car racing events. He holds the all-time USAC career wins record with 159 victories and the all-time American championship racing career wins record with 67

Wilbur Shaw, 3-time Indy 500 winner: 1937, 1939 and 1940

Wilbur Shaw, 3-time Indy 500 winner: 1937, 1939 and 1940

Bobby Allison Penske McLaren M-16C 1973

Bobby Allison Penske McLaren M-16C 1973

1965 Honda-F1 Richie Ginther behind the wheel.

1965 Honda-F1 Richie Ginther behind the wheel.

USAC

USAC

1950 - Johnnie Parsons' (#1) Kurtis Kraft-Offenhauser - Qualified: 5th, Speed (132.040 mph) Finished: 1st, Led 119 Laps - Rain Shortened to 138 Laps - Race Time: 2:46:55.97

1950 - Johnnie Parsons' (#1) Kurtis Kraft-Offenhauser - Qualified: 5th, Speed (132.040 mph) Finished: 1st, Led 119 Laps - Rain Shortened to 138 Laps - Race Time: 2:46:55.97

1970 - Dan Gurney's (#48) "Olsonite" Gurney Eagle - Qualified: 11th, Speed 166.860 mph - Finished 3rd

1970 - Dan Gurney's (#48) "Olsonite" Gurney Eagle - Qualified: 11th, Speed 166.860 mph - Finished 3rd

Matra F1

Matra F1

Indy 500 winner 1929: Ray Keech  Starting Position: 6  Race Time: 5:07:25.420  Chassis/engine: Miller/Mill

The Complete History of Indianapolis 500 Winners1929: Ray Keech

Indy 500 winner 1929: Ray Keech Starting Position: 6 Race Time: 5:07:25.420 Chassis/engine: Miller/Mill

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