Lewis Hamilton's ten greatest F1 wins
In his respect he is the seventh most successful F1 driver ever, although Juan Manuel Fangio (46.15 per cent), Alberto Ascari (39.39 per cent), Jim Clark (34.25 per cent), Lee Wallard and Bill Vukovich (both 33.33 per cent) entered fewer races combined ...
PHOTOS: Take a look back at past Indy 500 winners
INDIANAPOLIS, Ind. — With the 100th running of the Indianapolis 500 rounding the corner, it's a good time to take a look back and celebrate the past 99 winners of the greatest spectacle in racing. From last year's winner, Juan Pablo Montoya, to the ...
Crown Point car owner Belanger won the 1951 500
At the time, Wallard was a 40-year-old “journeyman” race car driver and scored the 500-mile win in only his fourth attempt. Part of the winner's awards was a new Chrysler convertible and a hug from movie star, Loretta Young. Wallard pretty much ...
'The Captain' rules – 50 years of Roger Penske dominance
Add wearing that to first-time Indy 500 impact (Lee Wallard was the winner with an average speed of 126.244 mph), and it was enough to convince Penske to become a driver. And so he did, with the Speedway beckoning with a Siren-like annual pull.