Sunday was far from a banner day for Team Penske in the Verizon IndyCar Series. Championship leader Juan Pablo Montoya and Simon Pagenaud ran out of fuel in the closing minutes of the second Dual in Detroit while Will Power and Hélio Castroneves were both involved in the same crash with four laps to go....
Juan Pablo Montoya didn’t quite have as great a weekend as he did last weekend, but it is incredibly hard to top an Indianapolis 500 win as reported on earlier at The Inquisitr. This weekend at the Dual in Detroit Montoya collected a tenth place finish on Saturday and then another tenth on Sunday. Show More Summary
Juan Pablo Montoya and Team Penske teammate Will Power will start on the front row for Race 2 of the Chevrolet Dual in Detroit based on entrant points after rain prematurely ended qualifying on Sunday morning. IndyCar called off the qualifying session due to “deteriorating racetrack conditions” when a persistent rain continued throughout the session....
Juan Pablo Montoya came all the way back from 30th place to win the Indy 500.
Old race cars, model airplanes, trophies, a climbing wall, and even the Indianapolis 500 Oldsmobile Aurora pace car from his first win: it’s good to be Juan Pablo Montoya. Now that he’s won a second Indy 500, we fully expect Montoya to make a few additions to this Miami warehouse full of toys. Read more...
Over the Memorial Day weekend, Juan Pablo Montoya did something no other racecar driver has done - he won his second Indianapolis 500 a full 15 years after his first, in 2000. Montoya, all of 39, is definitely more seasoned. At one point after contact with another car, he [...]
Desiree Navarro/WireImage via Getty Images2015 Indianapolis 500 Winner Juan Pablo Montoya, third from left, rings the opening bell Wednesday at New York Stock Exchange. By Noel Randewich NEW YORK -- U.S. stocks ended sharply higher Wednesday...Show More Summary
Your browser does not support iframes. Juan Pablo Montoya won Sunday's Indianapolis 500 after a thrilling 15-lap dash to the finish. The final segment of the race featured multiple lead changes among three drivers: Montoya, Will Power and Scott Dixon. Show More Summary
Juan Pablo Montoya was less than a second—0.1046, to be exact—in front of fellow Team Penske driver Will Power crossing the finish line at the Indianapolis 500. But he was first. The victory marks the Columbian driver's second trip to the winner's circle at the historic 2.5-mile speedway, and along with his wins in NASCAR and Formula...
The Indy 500 Winner, Juan Pablo Montoya, earned his team quite a chunk of change. According to the Bleacher Report, Montoya won his second Indy 500 after a 15-year absence, the longest such break between wins in Indy 500 history. For his efforts, Montoya earned the Penske team $2.4 million dollars. Show More Summary
Juan Pablo Montoya drove his Team Penske Chevrolet to victory Sunday in the 99th Running of the Indianapolis 500 Mile Race at the Indianapolis Motor Speedway. The Colombian scored his second Indy 500 win 15 years after winning the event as a rookie, setting a record for longest period of time between two Indy wins. Show More Summary
We'll put it this way: Juan Pablo Montoya certainly took a circuitous route to winning his second Indianapolis 500. Montoya passed teammate Will Power with three laps remaining and held him off the rest of the way, kissing the bricks for his second time in three races at the hallowed speedway. Show More Summary
Juan Pablo Montoya described his first Indianapolis 500 win as "easy" compared to his victory at the 99th running of the…
INDYCAR PRESS RELEASE INDIANAPOLIS (May 24, 2015) – Juan Pablo Montoya won the 99th Running of the Indianapolis 500 Mile Race and held off reigning Verizon IndyCar Series champion and teammate Will Power by 0.1046 of a second – the fourth-closest finish in race history – in a thrilling final 15 laps of the historic [...]
The mercurial Juan Pablo Montoya captured his second career victory at the Indianapolis 500 on Sunday—last winning the iconic race 15 years ago. The vastly experienced Colombian racing driver battled his way from 30th position at one...Show More Summary
Watch highlights from the 99th running of the Indianapolis 500, won by Juan Pablo Montoya.
Juan Pablo Montoya held off fellow Team Penske racer Will Power to win the Indianapolis 500 on Sunday. He first won at the Brickyard 15 years ago. Power finished second.
INDIANAPOLIS (AP) — His career at a crossroads, his confidence shot, Juan Pablo Montoya received a lifeline from The Captain.
In a showdown between IndyCar’s best, Juan Pablo Montoya and Team Penske won Sunday’s Indianapolis 500 Sunday. A high intensity, ferocious back-and-forth exchange is exactly what you'd expect out of the two titans of open-wheel racing fighting for supremacy on the grandest stage. Show More Summary
As the old saying goes, “two out of three ain ’t bad.” But with Juan Pablo Montoya’s impressive rally to win his second career Indianapolis 500 on Sunday—in only his third-ever try at the Greatest Spectacle In Racing—one big question...Show More Summary