Indy 500 winner 1987: Al Unser  Starting Position: 20  Race Time: 3:04:59.147  Chassis/engine: March/Cosworth

The Complete History of Indianapolis 500 Winners1987: Al Unser

Indy 500 winner 1987: Al Unser Starting Position: 20 Race Time: 3:04:59.147 Chassis/engine: March/Cosworth

The 2015 Indianapolis 500 will be held on May 24th Race Details: http://squarejive.com/events/7511

The 2015 Indianapolis 500 will be held on May 24th Race Details: http://squarejive.com/events/7511

1965 Jim Clark and Indy 500. The only driver in history to win Indianapolis and F1 World Championship in the same year.

1965 Jim Clark and Indy 500. The only driver in history to win Indianapolis and F1 World Championship in the same year.

Al Unser Jr. /  Galles Racing - Indy Car Racing New.Mexico. Native Family,The Unser's.

Al Unser Jr. / Galles Racing - Indy Car Racing New.Mexico. Native Family,The Unser's.

My friend & Photographer Steve Swope with 33 of the greatest Indy 500 winning cars

33 Greatest Indy 500 Winning Cars on display

My friend & Photographer Steve Swope with 33 of the greatest Indy 500 winning cars

NASCAR vs. INDYCAR: What's the Difference?  [by Quicken Loans -- via #tipsographic]. More at tipsographic.com

NASCAR vs. INDYCAR: What's the Difference

NASCAR vs. INDYCAR: What's the Difference? [by Quicken Loans -- via #tipsographic]. More at tipsographic.com

1974 McLaren M16C Indy Race Car. The 1974 McLaren M16C Indy Car was an Offenhauser-powered open-wheeled racer that won the 1974 Indy 500 – the car and its driver, Johnny Rutherford, would lead for 59 of the last 60 laps before taking their historic win at the Brickyard.

The Exciting Ferrari Enzo

1974 McLaren M16C Indy Race Car. The 1974 McLaren M16C Indy Car was an Offenhauser-powered open-wheeled racer that won the 1974 Indy 500 – the car and its driver, Johnny Rutherford, would lead for 59 of the last 60 laps before taking their historic win at the Brickyard.

Al Unser Jr. Indy car racing

Al Unser Jr. Indy car racing

1980 Indy 500 Front Row. Johnny Rutherford, Mario Andretti, and Bobby Unser.

1980 Indy 500 Front Row. Johnny Rutherford, Mario Andretti, and Bobby Unser.

In Indy car racing in 1961, this was a classy combo: a brand-new Pontiac wagon pulling a single-axle trailer with sponsorship from Bowes Seal Fast. Driven by AJ Foyt, the Trevis-Offy (Watson copy) on the trailer won that year’s Indy 500. That’s crew chief George Bignotti on the left posing proudly with the top-shelf rig.

In Indy car racing in 1961, this was a classy combo: a brand-new Pontiac wagon pulling a single-axle trailer with sponsorship from Bowes Seal Fast. Driven by AJ Foyt, the Trevis-Offy (Watson copy) on the trailer won that year’s Indy 500. That’s crew chief George Bignotti on the left posing proudly with the top-shelf rig.

Al Unser Jr. Indy car racing

Al Unser Jr. Indy car racing

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