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.

1965 Lotus Ford driven by Jim Clark to win the Indianapolis 500. First Indy 500 win for a rear-engined car.

1965 Lotus Ford driven by Jim Clark to win the Indianapolis 500. First Indy 500 win for a rear-engined car.

Indy 500 winner 1922: Jimmy Murphy  Starting Position: 1  Race Time: 5:17:30.790  Chassis/engine: Duesenberg/Miller

The Complete History of Indianapolis 500 Winners1922: Jimmy Murphy

Indy 500 winner 1922: Jimmy Murphy Starting Position: 1 Race Time: 5:17:30.790 Chassis/engine: Duesenberg/Miller

Indy 500 winner 1967: A.J. Foyt  Starting Position: 4  Race Time: 3:18:24.220  Chassis/engine: Coyote/Ford

The Complete History of Indianapolis 500 Winners1967: A.J. Foyt

Indy 500 winner 1967: A.J. Foyt Starting Position: 4 Race Time: 3:18:24.220 Chassis/engine: Coyote/Ford

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 Magical McLaren F1

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.

Indy Driver - Tony Kanaan

Indianapolis 500 2012: 10 Bold Predictions for the Indy 500 Race

Chevy V8's ruled the USRRC races in 1967.  American Trans Am Champ and Indy 500 winner Mark Donohue not only powered his Chevy V8 Sunoco Special to victory at Riverside International Raceway on April 30, 1967, he went on to claim the season championship for the Roger Penske Team.

Chevy V8's ruled the USRRC races in 1967. American Trans Am Champ and Indy 500 winner Mark Donohue not only powered his Chevy V8 Sunoco Special to victory at Riverside International Raceway on April 30, 1967, he went on to claim the season championship for the Roger Penske Team.

#MOTORSPORTS  #MOTORS  Past USAC champ, Indy 500 pole winner Joe Leonard dies at 84 | MotorSportsTalk

#MOTORSPORTS #MOTORS Past USAC champ, Indy 500 pole winner Joe Leonard dies at 84 | MotorSportsTalk

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