After a run of bad luck at the Brickyard Mario Andretti out-drove all comers in the 1969 Indy 500
America’s only F1 champions each experienced tragic loss on the day of their biggest victories
Innovative engineering by Vanwall was the key to Britain’s belated success in Grand Prix racing
After its Grand Prix career, this race car ran at the Indy 500 five separate times.
One of the most bizarre races that Mario Andretti participated in was in a car that never ran