It was a second victory at the Old Brickyard for Juan Pablo Montoya. The Columbian driver came from last place to top spot and managed to win the 99th edition of the Indianapolis 500, which made his second victory at the Indianapolis Motor Speedway very sweet indeed. As Montoya himself said, his victory in 2000 had been fairly easy owing to the fact that he led 167 laps of the 200-lap race that is held over the course of three hours. Fifteen years after that victory, though, things were very different.
While good old JPM, who once drove for Williams and McLaren in Formula 1, started the race 15th on the grid, things got pretty tough early on in the competition. Montoya was hit from behind, and the damage to his car meant that he had to pit to repair his right fender. Coming out of the pits, he found that he was dead ...
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Updated Date: May 26, 2015 12:00:09 IST