After seven years in NASCAR, Juan Pablo Montoya came back to IndyCar this year. And this weekend he came back with a vengeance. Read more...
Juan Pablo Montoya earned his first Indy car victory in nearly 14 years by prevailing in the Pocono INDYCAR 500 fueled by Sunoco at Pocono Raceway. The race was the fastest 500-mile Indy car race in history as Montoya’s average speed of 202.402 mph surpassed the previous 500-mile record set by Jimmy Vasser (197.995 [...]
Juan Pablo Montoya won the IndyCar race at Pocono Raceway on Sunday to complete a triumphant return to open wheel racing after seven years in NASCAR.
Juan Pablo Montoya was a standout in the late-afternoon qualifying session as driver after driver took turns at shattering Marco Andretti’s year-old Pocono Raceway speed records. The final participant in single-car qualifications for the Pocono INDYCAR 500 fueled by Sunoco broke the one- and two-lap track records to earn his first Verizon P1 Award of [...]
Qualifying Saturday for the Pocono INDYCAR 500 Verizon IndyCar Series event on the 2.5-mile Pocono Raceway, with qualifying position, car number in parentheses, driver, chassis-engine, and speed: 1. (2) Juan Pablo Montoya, Dallara-Chevy, 223.871 2. Show More Summary
Juan Pablo Montoya had a two-lap average of 223.871 mph Saturday at Pocono Raceway for his first career IndyCar pole.
The last time Formula One raced in Spielberg, Austria the track was called the A1 Ring, Juan Pablo Montoya and Ralf Schumacher were the pilots for Williams, the field contained other not-so-venerable names like Ralph Firman and Justin...Show More Summary
The fourth row of the Indianapolis 500 starting grid holds a lot of star power, with three drivers who have won motor sports championships during their careers: Juan Pablo Montoya, Scott Dixon and Kurt Busch. Although Ed Carpenter, James...Show More Summary
Two Indy 500s stand out over the past 20 years for the utter dominance displayed by the winner. Most recently, it was Juan Pablo Montoya and the Target Chip Ganassi Racing team in 2000 where, with nearly identical cars, the young Colombian and the ace TCGR outfit dipped in from CART and flexed their muscles over the Indy Racing League regulars. Read more...
Fourteen years after winning, a happy and confident Juan Pablo Montoya is back racing in the Indianapolis 500. The last time Juan Pablo Montoya turned a lap in competition around the Indianapolis Motor Speedway oval his day ended with...Show More Summary
That's the sort of intel Marshall Pruett procured after sitting with Helio Castroneves, Ryan Hunter-Reay, Will Power, Juan Pablo Montoya, Marco Andretti, and Jacques Villeneuve and asking them what music makes it onto their personal playlists. Read more...
Team Penske will field a car for Juan Pablo Montoya in NASCAR races at Michigan and Indianapolis. Juan Pablo Montoya will return to NASCAR this season driving in two Sprint Cup races for Team Penske, the organization announced Wednesday. Montoya...Show More Summary
In a press conference this morning at Indianapolis Motor Speedway, Penske Racing’s Tim Cindric and driver Juan Pablo Montoya announced that the former full-time NASCAR Sprint Cup Series wheelman, now IndyCar Series regular, will return...Show More Summary
Juan Pablo Montoya is returning to NASCAR. No, he's not bailing on his full-time ride in the IndyCar Series, but the former Sprint Cup Series driver is returning for two races with Team Penske in 2014. Montoya will drive a third Penske...Show More Summary
NASCAR team owner and manufacturing tycoon Gene Haas is set to enter Formula One next year. His team, Haas Formula, will be based in Kannapolis, North Carolina, making it the only F1 constructor outside Europe. Ferrari and Toro Rosso...Show More Summary
Okay, I’ll start off by saying that I’m willing to be the first to admit that I was wrong about that decision by Chip Ganassi to move Kyle Larson up to the NASCAR Sprint Cup Series for 2014 to replace the departed Juan Pablo Montoya in the No. 42 Chevrolet. Soon after the announcement was [...]
When Chip Ganassi chose Kyle Larson to replace Juan Pablo Montoya in the No. 42 Target Chevrolet in the NASCAR Sprint Cup Series, it likely resulted in a number of raised eyebrows. Here was a 21-year-old kid from Northern California,...Show More Summary
Juan Pablo Montoya was back on track this week testing at Sonoma Raceway as he gears up for his return to IndyCar in 2014.
Welcome to From the Marbles' 2013 driver reviews. Here, we're going to critique, praise and bloviate about the top 30 drivers in the 2013 NASCAR season. It may be our final time to reminisce about the jet dryer incident. Oh heck, no it won't. Show More Summary