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Success is where preparation and opportunity meet.  Bobby Unser

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“Success is where preparation and opportunity meet.

Scott Brayton dies in practice for the 1996 Indy 500.

Scott Brayton dies in practice after winning pole position for the 1996 Indianapolis 500

Indy Cars, Zoom Zoom, Racing

Gotta love this one... Greg Moore saluting JP Montoya at Michigan 1999. #RedGlovesRule #99Forever

Greg Moore - Reynard 991 Mercedes - Forsythe Racing - Juan Pablo Montoya - Reynard 991 Honda - Chip Ganassi Racing - U. 500 Presented by Toyota - 1999 CART FedEx Champ Car World Series, round 12

Indy 500 - May 26, 2013 at Indianapolis Motor Speedway  (Purchase Tickets: http://secure.brickyard.com/Tickets/Indianapolis500.aspx)

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1911 Marmon Wasp: winner of the 1st Indianapolis w/Ray Harroun as driver.

1911 Marmon Wasp: winner of the Indianapolis w/Ray Harroun as driver.

Bryan Herta Leads Alex Zanardi last lap Laguna Seca 1996

Bryan Herta - Reynard Mercedes - Rahal/Hogan Racing Alex Zanardi - Reynard Honda - Chip Ganassi Racing - Toyota Grand Prix of Monterey - 1996 PPG Indy Car World Series, round 16

Another look at the Unser/Goodyear finish in 1992.

The 1992 Indy 500 Al Unser Jnr and Scott Goodyear. The tensest and closest finish on record after a race full of incident saw Little Al take a very emotional win as his Dad retired and his Uncle called the race. Indycar at its brilliant best.

A. J. Foyt - March 84C Cosworth - Gilmore-Foyt Racing - Indianapolis 500-Mile Race - 1984 PPG Indy Car World Series, round 3 - © Clarino 2012

Foyt - March Cosworth - Gilmore-Foyt Racing - Indianapolis Race - 1984 PPG Indy Car World Series, round 3 - © Clarino 2012

Sports Room Decor, Iconic Photos, Indy Cars, Racing

Indy 500 winner 1982: Gordon Johncock  Starting Position: 5  Race Time: 3:05:09.140  Chassis/engine: Wildcat/Cosworth

The Complete History of Indianapolis 500 Winners1982: Gordon Johncock

1982 winning car driven by Gordon Johncock to his Indianapolis won before in which is considered the most uneventful race in Indy history.

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