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McLaren M-16B Peter Revson Indy 500 1972

1973 Indy McLaren of Peter Revson « McLaren « McLaren « Our Pictures

1974 McLaren M16C Indy Race Car. The 1974 McLaren M16C Indy Car was an Offenhauser-powered open-wheeled racer that won the 1974 Indy 500 – the car and its driver, Johnny Rutherford, would lead for 59 of the last 60 laps before taking their historic win at the Brickyard.

The 1974 McLaren Indy Car was an Offenhauser-powered open-wheeled racer that won the 1974 Indy 500 – the car and its driver, Johnny Rutherford, would lead for 59 of the last 60 laps before taking their historic win at

Tom Sneva drove Roger Penske's McLaren M24/Cosworth TC to a 2nd place finish in the 1977 Indy 500.

Tom Sneva, driver to turn an official 200 mph lap at Indy. Local boy makes good.

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Watch the 2017 Fernando Alonso INDYCAR test video from Indianapolis Motor Speedway here. The 2017 Fernando Alonso INDYCAR livery has been revealed.

Gary Bettenhausen Agajanian Evel Knievel Special 1977

The 33 cars from the 1977 Indianapolis 500 Mile Race

Tom Sneva, driving a McLaren M24/Cosworth TC entered by Roger Penske, was the first driver to turn an official lap above 200 mph when he qualified on the pole position in 1977. Sneva was above 200 mph on his first two qualifying laps, but the third and fourth laps were slower and left him with a four lap average of 198.884 mph.

Tom Sneva, driving a McLaren M24/Cosworth TC entered by Roger Penske, was the first driver to turn an official lap above 200 mph when he qualified on the pole position in 1977. Sneva was above 200 mph on his first two qualifying laps, but the third and fourth laps were slower and left him with a four lap average of 198.884 mph.

Mark Donohue Penske Eagle 1968

Mark Donohue - Eagle Chevy - Penske Racing - Rex Mays 300 - - 1968 USAC National Championship Trail, round 28

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