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HINT #1




He raced in the
first 12 seasons
of the IRL.







They called
him the
Gas Man.









He raced in two
Indy 500s,
finishing 2nd,
then 1st.





He turned down
a Indy 500
rookie test,
and Mario
Andretti took
it instead.





He shared
Indy 500
Rookie of the
Year honors





Besides racing
IndyCar and
NASCAR, he
won the
Trans-Am
Championship
Thrice





His McLaren-Offy
held the fastest
speed in the Indy
500 for 12 years
after he won
the race.
(165 mph)




He was the
1980
IndyCar
Champion







He won an
IndyCar race
in four different
decades.







He won 2 of
his 24
Indy 500s.








He won IndyCar
Championship
once and the
Indy 500
twice.







He won 6
Indy 500
Pole
Positions.






He was the
youngest IROC
Champion
ever.







This Indy 500 winner
won the Indycar
championship
3 times






He won
championships in all
three IndyCar feeder
series








He won the
Indy Lights
Championship
his rookie year







From a racing
family,
he married
into another
racing family.







In 2005, He surpassed
Sam Hornish's
IRL record for
most wins in
a season.







He has had two
teammates get killed
in IndyCar









Holds the
IRL record
for most
Top-10
Finishes









Got two 2nd-place
finishes and a
4th-place finish
in his first
four Indy 500s
HINT #2




He holds record
for most
consecutive
IndyCar starts.
(147)





He was the first
driver to qualify
over 200 mph.









He is the only
Canadian
Formula 1
Champion.





His IndyCar team
won the Indy 500
in 1972.








He won 42
IndyCar races.







His first IndyCar win
was at Michigan
in 1995 and his
last win was at
Surfer's Paradise
in 1997






This mechanical
engineer won
the very first
IROC race.







He competed in
24 Indy 500s,
winning it
thrice.







The only driver to
have won the
Indy 500,
Daytona 500 and
the Formula 1
Championship.





He is 4th all-time
in Laps Led in
the Indy 500.








He won the
Formula 1
Championship
twice.








He turned down
a ride in
Formula 1.







His first Indy 500
win was the
closest in history.








At Pocono, gave
the Judd engine
it's only victory
ever.






He won two CART
races and then two
IRL races.









Set a Indycar
record at Iowa
Speedway in 2016
leading 282 of 300
laps.






After 1st
IndyCar win,
went 7 years
before his next








Had to wear
a T-shirt to
let people
know that HE
won the
Indy 500







He won the Indy
500 from pole the
same year he won
the series
championship







Holds the
IRL record
for most
Poles









Was the 2014
IndyCar
Rookie of
the year
ANSWER




Scott Sharp
photo circa 1994








Tom Sneva
photo circa 1974










Jacques Villeneuve
photo circa 1981







Roger Penske
photo circa 1963









Michael Andretti
photo circa 1977







Scott Pruett
photo circa 1988










Mark Donohue
photo circa 1968









Johnny Rutherford
photo circa 1960









Mario Andretti
photo circa 1956









Gordon Johncock
photo circa 1965









Emerson Fittipaldi
photo circa 1969










Rick Mears
photo circa 1977








Al Unser Jr.
photo circa 1979









Bobby Rahal
Photo circa 1978









Bryan Herta
Photo circa 1995









Josef Newgarden
Photo circa 2005









Graham Rahal
Photo circa 2006










Dan Wheldon
Photo circa 1996











Scott Dixon
Photo circa 1985










Helio Castroneves
Photo circa 1987











Carlos Munos
Photo circa 2002