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The News-Herald
Greatest Spectacle in Racing remains an American iconthe only four-time winners, and Unser, his brother Bobby and son Al Jr. are the
Greatest Spectacle in Racing remains an American icon
The News-Herald / Posted an hour ago
the only four-time winners, and Unser, his brother Bobby and son Al Jr. are the only multi-generational winners. Mario Andretti, despite his gripping duels with Foyt, won only once. His heartbreak in the race has been passed down to his... Read more
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The Morning Journal
Greatest Spectacle in Racing remains an American iconthe only four-time winners, and Unser, his brother Bobby and son Al Jr. are the
Greatest Spectacle in Racing remains an American icon
The Morning Journal / Posted an hour ago
the only four-time winners, and Unser, his brother Bobby and son Al Jr. are the only multi-generational winners. Mario Andretti, despite his gripping duels with Foyt, won only once. His heartbreak in the race has been passed down to his... Read more
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The Globe and Mail
100 runnings of the Greatest Spectacle in Racingqualifying for a second-row starting spot for the May 30 Indianapolis 500 auto
100 runnings of the Greatest Spectacle in Racing
The Globe and Mail / Posted 8 hours ago
qualifying for a second-row starting spot for the May 30 Indianapolis 500 auto race in Indianapolis, Ind. on May 16, 1964. Mario Andretti, left, and A.J. Foyt (6) race side-by-side during the Indianapolis 500 auto race in Indianapolis on May 30,... Read more
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WTHR Indianapolis
WTHR anchors and reporters share their Indy 500 memoriesMuseum. I will always remember walking out the back side of the oval to see Art
WTHR anchors and reporters share their Indy 500 memories
WTHR Indianapolis / Posted 19 hours ago
Museum. I will always remember walking out the back side of the oval to see Art Pollard go by. I was instantly hooked. Mario Andretti’s 1969 win was my first Indy 500 experience in person from the grandstands along the main straightaway. I... Read more
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The Star
Indy 500 has a big place in F1 historyfamously writing 'Johnny' instead. Parsons, his name now eclipsed by Formula O
Indy 500 has a big place in F1 history
The Star / Posted 21 hours ago
famously writing 'Johnny' instead. Parsons, his name now eclipsed by Formula One world champions Phil Hill (1961) and Mario Andretti (1978), did much more than win America's biggest race that May afternoon, however. From 1950 to 1960, Formula... Read more
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Reuters Sports News
Indy 500 has a big place in F1 historyfamously writing 'Johnny' instead. Parsons, his name now eclipsed by Formula O
Indy 500 has a big place in F1 history
Reuters Sports News / Posted 22 hours ago
famously writing 'Johnny' instead. Parsons, his name now eclipsed by Formula One world champions Phil Hill (1961) and Mario Andretti (1978), did much more than win America's biggest race that May afternoon, however. From 1950 to 1960, Formula... Read more
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Channel NewsAsia
Indy 500 has a big place in F1 historyfamously writing 'Johnny' instead. Parsons, his name now eclipsed by Formula O
Indy 500 has a big place in F1 history
Channel NewsAsia / Posted 22 hours ago
famously writing 'Johnny' instead. Parsons, his name now eclipsed by Formula One world champions Phil Hill (1961) and Mario Andretti (1978), did much more than win America's biggest race that May afternoon, however. From 1950 to 1960, Formula... Read more
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Salon.com
Greatest drivers at Indy? Try Foyt and Mears amid debateto be the most difficult question on the list. Although Foyt ultimately receiv
Greatest drivers at Indy? Try Foyt and Mears amid debate
Salon.com / Posted 23 hours ago
to be the most difficult question on the list. Although Foyt ultimately received three more votes than Mears, Foyt and Mario Andretti were among those who declined to give an answer. “I’m just glad to be part of the discussion,” Foyt... Read more
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Juneau Empire
The Greatest Spectacle in Racing remains an American iconthe only four-time winners, and Unser, his brother Bobby and son Al Jr. are the
The Greatest Spectacle in Racing remains an American icon
Juneau Empire / Posted yesterday
the only four-time winners, and Unser, his brother Bobby and son Al Jr. are the only multi-generational winners. Mario Andretti, despite his gripping duels with Foyt, won only once. His heartbreak in the race has been passed down to his... Read more
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KIVI Boise
Indy 500: 3 Beatings a Pro Driver Enduressteering, and that puts the body through one royal beating. Bradley Hasemeyer j
Indy 500: 3 Beatings a Pro Driver Endures
KIVI Boise / Posted yesterday
steering, and that puts the body through one royal beating. Bradley Hasemeyer jumped in the car with Indy 500 champion, Mario Andretti, to get a taste of the punishment. From the green flag at the start, to the checkered flag at the end,... Read more
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San Antonio Express-News
The Greatest Spectacle in Racing remains an American iconFILE - In this Aug. 14, 1982, file photo, A.J. Foyt, left, of Houston, Tex., si
The Greatest Spectacle in Racing remains an American icon
San Antonio Express-News / Posted yesterday
FILE - In this Aug. 14, 1982, file photo, A.J. Foyt, left, of Houston, Tex., sits on his bicycle talking with Mario Andretti of Nazareth, Pa., during a break in practice runs at Pocono International Raceway in Long Pond, Pa. In the lead-up to the... Read more
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Detroit Free Press
100th Indy 500 revs up excitement for Grand Prixa rookie test at Indianapolis but turned it down to focus on his business enter
100th Indy 500 revs up excitement for Grand Prix
Detroit Free Press / Posted yesterday
a rookie test at Indianapolis but turned it down to focus on his business enterprises. That decision allowed a then young Mario Andretti to test drive, and history shows that chain of events turned out pretty well for both men. But now Penske will... Read more
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Rutland Herald
Indy 500 remains an American iconthe only four-time winners, and Unser, his brother Bobby and son Al Jr. are the
Indy 500 remains an American icon
Rutland Herald / Posted yesterday
the only four-time winners, and Unser, his brother Bobby and son Al Jr. are the only multi-generational winners. Mario Andretti, despite his gripping duels with Foyt, won only once. His heartbreak in the race has been passed down to his... Read more
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Salon.com
Indy 500 champions choose the most important non-driverthere would have been, or currently is, an Indy 500,” said Bobby Rahal, the 198
Indy 500 champions choose the most important non-driver
Salon.com / Posted yesterday
there would have been, or currently is, an Indy 500,” said Bobby Rahal, the 1986 winner. Lauded as “a phenomenal man” by Mario Andretti, Hulman is widely considered to be the sole reason the speedway and the race have made it to its 100th running... Read more
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Denton Record-Chronicle
Indy 500 remains American iconthe only four-time winners, and Al Unser, his brother Bobby and son Al Jr. are
Indy 500 remains American icon
Denton Record-Chronicle / Posted yesterday
the only four-time winners, and Al Unser, his brother Bobby and son Al Jr. are the only multi-generational winners. Mario Andretti, despite his gripping duels with Foyt, won only once. His heartbreak in the race has been passed down to his... Read more
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Royal Oak Daily Tribune
The Greatest Spectacle in Racing remains an American iconthe only four-time winners, and Unser, his brother Bobby and son Al Jr. are the
The Greatest Spectacle in Racing remains an American icon
Royal Oak Daily Tribune / Posted yesterday
the only four-time winners, and Unser, his brother Bobby and son Al Jr. are the only multi-generational winners. Mario Andretti, despite his gripping duels with Foyt, won only once. His heartbreak in the race has been passed down to his... Read more
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The Oakland Press
The Greatest Spectacle in Racing remains an American iconthe only four-time winners, and Unser, his brother Bobby and son Al Jr. are the
The Greatest Spectacle in Racing remains an American icon
The Oakland Press / Posted yesterday
the only four-time winners, and Unser, his brother Bobby and son Al Jr. are the only multi-generational winners. Mario Andretti, despite his gripping duels with Foyt, won only once. His heartbreak in the race has been passed down to his... Read more
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Stamford Advocate
The Greatest Spectacle in Racing remains an American iconFILE - In this Aug. 14, 1982, file photo, A.J. Foyt, left, of Houston, Tex., si
The Greatest Spectacle in Racing remains an American icon
Stamford Advocate / Posted yesterday
FILE - In this Aug. 14, 1982, file photo, A.J. Foyt, left, of Houston, Tex., sits on his bicycle talking with Mario Andretti of Nazareth, Pa., during a break in practice runs at Pocono International Raceway in Long Pond, Pa. In the lead-up to the... Read more
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Connecticut Post
The Greatest Spectacle in Racing remains an American iconFILE - In this Aug. 14, 1982, file photo, A.J. Foyt, left, of Houston, Tex., si
The Greatest Spectacle in Racing remains an American icon
Connecticut Post / Posted yesterday
FILE - In this Aug. 14, 1982, file photo, A.J. Foyt, left, of Houston, Tex., sits on his bicycle talking with Mario Andretti of Nazareth, Pa., during a break in practice runs at Pocono International Raceway in Long Pond, Pa. In the lead-up to the... Read more
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The Tampa Tribune
Indy 500 champions choose the greatest rivalries of the raceINDIANAPOLIS (AP) � Mario Andretti silently stewed as Bobby Unser celebrated wi
Indy 500 champions choose the greatest rivalries of the race
The Tampa Tribune / Posted yesterday
INDIANAPOLIS (AP) � Mario Andretti silently stewed as Bobby Unser celebrated winning the 1981 Indianapolis 500. Andretti had finished second that day as Unser took over the lead when Gordon Johncock blew an engine with less than 10 laps to go. Unser... Read more
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Salon.com
The Greatest Spectacle in Racing remains an American iconthe only four-time winners, and Unser, his brother Bobby and son Al Jr. are the
The Greatest Spectacle in Racing remains an American icon
Salon.com / Posted yesterday
the only four-time winners, and Unser, his brother Bobby and son Al Jr. are the only multi-generational winners. Mario Andretti, despite his gripping duels with Foyt, won only once. His heartbreak in the race has been passed down to his... Read more
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Salon.com
Indy 500 champions choose the greatest rivalries of the raceINDIANAPOLIS (AP) — Mario Andretti silently stewed as Bobby Unser celebrated wi
Indy 500 champions choose the greatest rivalries of the race
Salon.com / Posted yesterday
INDIANAPOLIS (AP) — Mario Andretti silently stewed as Bobby Unser celebrated winning the 1981 Indianapolis 500. Andretti had finished second that day as Unser took over the lead when Gordon Johncock blew an engine with less than 10 laps to go. Unser... Read more
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Greenwich Time
The Greatest Spectacle in Racing remains an American iconFILE - In this Aug. 14, 1982, file photo, A.J. Foyt, left, of Houston, Tex., si
The Greatest Spectacle in Racing remains an American icon
Greenwich Time / Posted yesterday
FILE - In this Aug. 14, 1982, file photo, A.J. Foyt, left, of Houston, Tex., sits on his bicycle talking with Mario Andretti of Nazareth, Pa., during a break in practice runs at Pocono International Raceway in Long Pond, Pa. In the lead-up to the... Read more
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ABC News
The Greatest Spectacle in Racing Remains an American Iconthe only four-time winners, and Unser, his brother Bobby and son Al Jr. are the
The Greatest Spectacle in Racing Remains an American Icon
ABC News / Posted yesterday
the only four-time winners, and Unser, his brother Bobby and son Al Jr. are the only multi-generational winners. Mario Andretti, despite his gripping duels with Foyt, won only once. His heartbreak in the race has been passed down to his... Read more
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The News-Times
The Greatest Spectacle in Racing remains an American iconFILE - In this Aug. 14, 1982, file photo, A.J. Foyt, left, of Houston, Tex., si
The Greatest Spectacle in Racing remains an American icon
The News-Times / Posted yesterday
FILE - In this Aug. 14, 1982, file photo, A.J. Foyt, left, of Houston, Tex., sits on his bicycle talking with Mario Andretti of Nazareth, Pa., during a break in practice runs at Pocono International Raceway in Long Pond, Pa. In the lead-up to the... Read more
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Reuters Sports News
Parnelli's Indy 500 relevance knows no limitsa driver (1963) and owner (1970, 1971) with Al Unser at the wheel of the Johnny
Parnelli's Indy 500 relevance knows no limits
Reuters Sports News / Posted yesterday
a driver (1963) and owner (1970, 1971) with Al Unser at the wheel of the Johnny Lightning Special. A feared competitor, Mario Andretti labeled Jones the greatest of his era while Jackie Stewart described him as someone always up for a... Read more
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Channel NewsAsia
Parnelli's Indy 500 relevance knows no limitsa driver (1963) and owner (1970, 1971) with Al Unser at the wheel of the Johnny
Parnelli's Indy 500 relevance knows no limits
Channel NewsAsia / Posted yesterday
a driver (1963) and owner (1970, 1971) with Al Unser at the wheel of the Johnny Lightning Special. A feared competitor, Mario Andretti labelled Jones the greatest of his era while Jackie Stewart described him as someone always up for a... Read more
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The Star
Parnelli's Indy 500 relevance knows no limitsa driver (1963) and owner (1970, 1971) with Al Unser at the wheel of the Johnny
Parnelli's Indy 500 relevance knows no limits
The Star / Posted yesterday
a driver (1963) and owner (1970, 1971) with Al Unser at the wheel of the Johnny Lightning Special. A feared competitor, Mario Andretti labelled Jones the greatest of his era while Jackie Stewart described him as someone always up for a... Read more
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The Morning Journal
Indy 500 champions choose Michael Andretti as best to never winempty time and time again. “All this stuff about the Andretti curse is nonsens
Indy 500 champions choose Michael Andretti as best to never win
The Morning Journal / Posted 2 days ago
empty time and time again. “All this stuff about the Andretti curse is nonsense, I never, ever dwelled on the negative,” Mario Andretti told AP. “You have to look at the positive. Michael controlled this race better than some of the four-time... Read more
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The News-Herald
Indy 500 champions choose Michael Andretti as best to never winempty time and time again. “All this stuff about the Andretti curse is nonsens
Indy 500 champions choose Michael Andretti as best to never win
The News-Herald / Posted 2 days ago
empty time and time again. “All this stuff about the Andretti curse is nonsense, I never, ever dwelled on the negative,” Mario Andretti told AP. “You have to look at the positive. Michael controlled this race better than some of the four-time... Read more
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The Tampa Tribune
Indy 500 champions choose Andretti as best to never winempty time and time again. "All this stuff about the Andretti curse is nonsens
Indy 500 champions choose Andretti as best to never win
The Tampa Tribune / Posted 2 days ago
empty time and time again. "All this stuff about the Andretti curse is nonsense, I never, ever dwelled on the negative," Mario Andretti told AP. "You have to look at the positive. Michael controlled this race better than some of the four-time... Read more
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The Hendersonville Times-News
Indy 500 champions choose Andretti as best to never winempty time and time again. "All this stuff about the Andretti curse is nonsens
Indy 500 champions choose Andretti as best to never win
The Hendersonville Times-News / Posted 2 days ago
empty time and time again. "All this stuff about the Andretti curse is nonsense, I never, ever dwelled on the negative," Mario Andretti told AP. "You have to look at the positive. Michael controlled this race better than some of the four-time... Read more
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The Lexington Dispatch
Indy 500 champions choose Andretti as best to never winempty time and time again. "All this stuff about the Andretti curse is nonsens
Indy 500 champions choose Andretti as best to never win
The Lexington Dispatch / Posted 2 days ago
empty time and time again. "All this stuff about the Andretti curse is nonsense, I never, ever dwelled on the negative," Mario Andretti told AP. "You have to look at the positive. Michael controlled this race better than some of the four-time... Read more
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The Wilmington Star-News
Indy 500 champions choose Andretti as best to never winempty time and time again. "All this stuff about the Andretti curse is nonsens
Indy 500 champions choose Andretti as best to never win
The Wilmington Star-News / Posted 2 days ago
empty time and time again. "All this stuff about the Andretti curse is nonsense, I never, ever dwelled on the negative," Mario Andretti told AP. "You have to look at the positive. Michael controlled this race better than some of the four-time... Read more
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Spartanburg Herald-Journal
Indy 500 champions choose Andretti as best to never winempty time and time again. "All this stuff about the Andretti curse is nonsens
Indy 500 champions choose Andretti as best to never win
Spartanburg Herald-Journal / Posted 2 days ago
empty time and time again. "All this stuff about the Andretti curse is nonsense, I never, ever dwelled on the negative," Mario Andretti told AP. "You have to look at the positive. Michael controlled this race better than some of the four-time... Read more
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Salon.com
Indy 500 champions choose Andretti as best to never winempty time and time again. “All this stuff about the Andretti curse is nonsens
Indy 500 champions choose Andretti as best to never win
Salon.com / Posted 2 days ago
empty time and time again. “All this stuff about the Andretti curse is nonsense, I never, ever dwelled on the negative,” Mario Andretti told AP. “You have to look at the positive. Michael controlled this race better than some of the four-time... Read more
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Jefferson City News Tribune
Indy 500 champions choose 1992 finish as the best everby 0.16 seconds. "Mears was coming like a freight train and Johncock was just
Indy 500 champions choose 1992 finish as the best ever
Jefferson City News Tribune / Posted 2 days ago
by 0.16 seconds. "Mears was coming like a freight train and Johncock was just trying to hang on," recalled 1969 winner Mario Andretti, who had crashed out of the race. "That was a nail-biter." J.R. Hildebrand hit the wall while trying to avoid... Read more
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The Morning Call
4 Andrettis finish in top 15 at 1991 Indy 500leaves after signing a few autographs and without saying a word to the press.
4 Andrettis finish in top 15 at 1991 Indy 500
The Morning Call / Posted 2 days ago
leaves after signing a few autographs and without saying a word to the press. 1981—Charging from the 32nd starting spot, Mario Andretti finishes second to Bobby Unser in the Indianapolis 500, then is declared the race winner the next day after... Read more
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WTHR Indianapolis
50-plus years at Indy: A conversation with three generations of Andretti IndyCar drivershave been racing now in Indianapolis for over 50 years of the 100 Indianapolis
50-plus years at Indy: A conversation with three generations of Andretti IndyCar drivers
WTHR Indianapolis / Posted 3 days ago
have been racing now in Indianapolis for over 50 years of the 100 Indianapolis 500s. What's that legacy mean, Mario?" MARIO ANDRETTI: "As they say time flies. A lot has happened since. A lot of good things have happened to us. For me, it's a... Read more
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The Morning Call
The 2006 Indy 500: An Andretti father-son challenge reduxnever led a lap but wound up fifth and tied for rookie of the year honors. Bac
The 2006 Indy 500: An Andretti father-son challenge redux
The Morning Call / Posted 3 days ago
never led a lap but wound up fifth and tied for rookie of the year honors. Back to the 2006 race. Just prior to it, Mario Andretti was asked by The Morning Call about his favorite for the day and, undoubtedly knowing this would be his son's... Read more
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MPNnow.com
Best Indy 500 ever? Winners say 1992 raceby 0.16 seconds. "Mears was coming like a freight train and Johncock was just t
Best Indy 500 ever? Winners say 1992 race
MPNnow.com / Posted 3 days ago
by 0.16 seconds. "Mears was coming like a freight train and Johncock was just trying to hang on," recalled 1969 winner Mario Andretti, who had crashed out of the race. "That was a nail-biter." 2011J.R. Hildebrand hit the wall while trying to... Read more
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Salon.com
Indy 500 champions choose their most memorable momentstheir moment second-to-none. “No question, there’s nothing that can match seei
Indy 500 champions choose their most memorable moments
Salon.com / Posted 3 days ago
their moment second-to-none. “No question, there’s nothing that can match seeing the checkered flag,” said 1969 winner Mario Andretti. “It’s just a huge weight off your shoulders because you know how important it is to your career. “It’s like... Read more
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The Morning Journal
Indy 500 champions choose 1992 finish as greatest raceby 0.16 seconds. “Mears was coming like a freight train and Johncock was just
Indy 500 champions choose 1992 finish as greatest race
The Morning Journal / Posted 4 days ago
by 0.16 seconds. “Mears was coming like a freight train and Johncock was just trying to hang on,” recalled 1969 winner Mario Andretti, who had crashed out of the race. “That was a nail-biter.” J.R. Hildebrand hit the wall while trying to avoid... Read more
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The News-Herald
Indy 500 champions choose 1992 finish as greatest raceby 0.16 seconds. “Mears was coming like a freight train and Johncock was just
Indy 500 champions choose 1992 finish as greatest race
The News-Herald / Posted 4 days ago
by 0.16 seconds. “Mears was coming like a freight train and Johncock was just trying to hang on,” recalled 1969 winner Mario Andretti, who had crashed out of the race. “That was a nail-biter.” J.R. Hildebrand hit the wall while trying to avoid... Read more
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The Medina County Gazette
Racers offer their choices for greatest Indy 500 — The Medina County Gazetteby 0.16 seconds. “Mears was coming like a freight train and Johncock was just
Racers offer their choices for greatest Indy 500 — The Medina County Gazette
The Medina County Gazette / Posted 4 days ago
by 0.16 seconds. “Mears was coming like a freight train and Johncock was just trying to hang on,” recalled 1969 winner Mario Andretti, who had crashed out of the race. “That was a nail-biter.” J.R. Hildebrand hit the wall while trying to avoid... Read more
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The Chronicle-Telegram
Racers offer their choices for greatest Indy 500by 0.16 seconds. “Mears was coming like a freight train and Johncock was just
Racers offer their choices for greatest Indy 500
The Chronicle-Telegram / Posted 4 days ago
by 0.16 seconds. “Mears was coming like a freight train and Johncock was just trying to hang on,” recalled 1969 winner Mario Andretti, who had crashed out of the race. “That was a nail-biter.” J.R. Hildebrand hit the wall while trying to avoid... Read more
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Daily Herald
Indy 500 champions choose 1992 finish as greatest raceby 0.16 seconds. "Mears was coming like a freight train and Johncock was just
Indy 500 champions choose 1992 finish as greatest race
Daily Herald / Posted 4 days ago
by 0.16 seconds. "Mears was coming like a freight train and Johncock was just trying to hang on," recalled 1969 winner Mario Andretti, who had crashed out of the race. "That was a nail-biter." J.R. Hildebrand hit the wall while trying to avoid... Read more
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Salon.com
Indy 500 champions choose 1992 finish as greatest raceby 0.16 seconds. “Mears was coming like a freight train and Johncock was just
Indy 500 champions choose 1992 finish as greatest race
Salon.com / Posted 4 days ago
by 0.16 seconds. “Mears was coming like a freight train and Johncock was just trying to hang on,” recalled 1969 winner Mario Andretti, who had crashed out of the race. “That was a nail-biter.” J.R. Hildebrand hit the wall while trying to avoid... Read more
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Calgary Sun
Off The Strip: A different, but equally interesting, Las VegasVegas's oldest steakhouse and you can sit at the same booths the Rat Pack once
Off The Strip: A different, but equally interesting, Las Vegas
Calgary Sun / Posted 5 days ago
Vegas's oldest steakhouse and you can sit at the same booths the Rat Pack once chilled in. These days such luminaries as Mario Andretti and Holly Madison dine there and have their own tables. Trivial fact: O.J. Simpson had his last meal as a free... Read more
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ESPN.co.uk
Andretti: Verstappen is a very rare talentMario Andretti - Max Verstappen is a very rare talent Mario Andretti: Max Vers
Andretti: Verstappen is a very rare talent
ESPN.co.uk / Posted 5 days ago
Mario Andretti - Max Verstappen is a very rare talent Mario Andretti: Max Verstappen is a very rare talentSutton Images Former F1 world champion and American racing legend Mario Andretti believes Max Verstappen is a "very rare" talent. Last... Read more
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