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Montoya Goes For The First ‘Triple Crown of Motorsport’ Since 1972

The Triple Crown of Motorsport consists of the three most prestigious races in the world: the Formula One Monaco Grand Prix, the Indianapolis 500 and the 24 Hours of Le Mans. Juan Pablo Montoya won Monaco in 2003 and the Indianapolis 500 twice, but still needs Le Mans. Looks like Porsche may step in and help with that.

Ride Along With Montoya And See What It Looks Like To Win The Indy 500

There’s something surreal about the onboards from cars that travel over 220 mph lap after lap around an oval. Indianapolis Motor Speedway looks huge in all other respects, yet the onboards make it almost feel like you’re in your cousin’s Camaro, doin’ donuts on the lawn. Everything feels much, much smaller.

Racers Crash On First Lap Of Indianapolis 500, Then Crash Under Yellow

It’s one thing to start the Indianapolis 500 with a crash near the back of the field. It’s another thing to have another crash under yellow further delay green laps of racing. Oops. So, effectively, the race really got to start from a single-file yellow-flag conga line, not so much from the original three-wide start.

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Get An Indy 500 Winner & An Ex-F1 Driver Together And They Talk About: The Bachelor

The RACER Channel's Marshall Pruett asks defending IndyCar Series champion Scott Dixon, Simon Pagenaud, Ryan Briscoe, Sebastien Bourdais and Charlie Kimball to name the driver they'll have to beat in order to win the title in 2014. The conversation goes south when it's former McLaren F1 driver Juan Pablo Montoya's…