FROM INDYCAR.COM Juan Pablo Montoya will return to Team Penske for the 2017 Indianapolis 500, team president Tim Cindric confirmed to INDYCAR today. It is currently the only Verizon IndyCar Series race that the two-time Indy 500 winner is scheduled to drive in the 2017 season. Montoya has won 15 Indy car races in 91 career [...]
Juan Pablo Montoya will remain with Penske next season but will compete only at the Indianapolis 500. Montoya raced for…
Penske has confirmed that Josef Newgarden will race for the team in the IndyCar Series in 2017, replacing Juan Pablo Montoya in…
IndyCar stars Juan Pablo Montoya and Tony Kanaan are the latest drivers to sign up to the next edition of the Race of…
Last yearin the final race of the season, Scott Dixon improbably overcame dozens of points of deficit to beat Juan Pablo Montoya for the Verizon IndyCar Series Championship. A similar situation existed Sunday with Simon Pagenaud, who had a 44-point lead over teammate Will Power going into the double-points finaleat [...]
The defending race winner spun off Turn 2 and collided with the outside wall. Juan Pablo Montoya will not win a second consecutive Indianapolis 500 -- a crash into the backstretch wall ended his bid on lap 64 of 200 Sunday at Indianapolis...Show More Summary
Last year's Indianapolis 500 champion, Juan Pablo Montoya, saw his defense of the checkered flag come to a halt Sunday following a crash on Lap 64. SportsCenter reported on the wreck and indicated Montoya was able to exit the vehicle under his own power. Montoya also won the Indy 500 as a rookie in 2000. Read more Motorsports news on BleacherReport.com
GIF via YouTube Juan Pablo Montoya will have his worst-ever finish at the Indy 500, and his first finish outside the top five today. He’s officially out of the race after a spin sent him into the wall outside Turn 2. Read more...
Juan Pablo Montoya’s hopes of repeating as Indianapolis 500 champion in the 100th Running have ended on his own error. Montoya was coming out of Turn 2 on lap 64 of the 200-lap race at Indianapolis Motor Speedway when he lost control of his No. Show More Summary
Oddsmakers tell us the result of the Indianapolis 500 is far from a forgone conclusion. Three racers are listed as +650 favorites, including last year's winner Juan Pablo Montoya, according to Odds Shark. Sunday's pole-sitter James Hinchcliffe...Show More Summary
The Indianapolis 500 will celebrate its 100th anniversary Sunday with the 2016 race totally up for grabs. There is no bona fide favorite heading into the race, which should make for an exciting event. Juan Pablo Montoya took last year's...Show More Summary
The 2016 Indianapolis 500 has several former winners in the 33-car field on Sunday, but pay special attention to a pair of multiple winners at Indianapolis Motor Speedway in the iconic race. Juan Pablo Montoya won the 2015 Indianapolis...Show More Summary
The Indianapolis 500 is one of the hallmark events on the American sports calendar. Any question as to the reason why it's earned that status was answered during the final laps one year ago, as Juan Pablo Montoya edged Will Power byShow More Summary
Simon Pagenaud, Will Power and Juan Pablo Montoya lead the pack on the betting lines heading into the Indianapolis 500 this weekend. Simon Pagenaud has won each of the last three races in the 2016 IndyCar Series. Pagenaud will attempt...Show More Summary
“People get intimidated by me because of what I do on the track, not because of what they say about me.” Just one year and four days ago, 32 drivers may have gotten intimidated by that one man, Juan Pablo Montoya, as the intensity grew substantially in the final laps of the Indianapolis 500. Show More Summary
James Hinchcliffe headlines the 100th running of the Indianapolis 500. He's not alone, of course, not with names such as Helio Castroneves, Juan Pablo Montoya and Will Power in the running for the historic right to grab a checkered flag...Show More Summary
Defending Indianapolis 500 winner Juan Pablo Montoya’s first qualifying run on Sunday got trashed this weekend. Montoya was given a do-over after running over a garbage bag on track. Read more...
Juan Pablo Montoya gave a new meaning to the phrase, “this car is garbage”, and benefitted in the form of a second qualifying attempt during Sunday’s final qualifying session for the May 29 Indianapolis 500. Montoya was in the middle...Show More Summary
Watch highlights of the 2016 IndyCar season opener at St. Petersburg, won by Juan Pablo Montoya.
IndyCar Press Release ST. PETERSBURG, Fla. – The 50th anniversary celebration season for Team Penske is off to a rousing start. Verizon Team Penske driver Juan Pablo Montoya controlled the llast half of the Firestone Grand Prix of St. Petersburg to win the Verizon IndyCar Series season opener for a second straight year. Driving the [...]