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Indianapolis (IndyCar) 500 All-time winners List, Records.

Indianapolis 500 past winners List, Indy 500 champions Records, results.  




Indianapolis 500 is the Automobile race held annually at Indianapolis Motor Speedway in Speedway, Indiana, USA.
This Open Wheel car race is the Top level racing championship is famous as " Indy Car Racing" or simply "Indy 500".
The Indianapolis 500 car race was held in 1991 & winner is Ray Harroun...
A. J. Foyt, Al Unser, and Rick Mears have won the most Indianapolis 500 (IndyCar) races with 4 times each...
The most career pole positions-winner is Rick Mears with six times...
The most successful car owner is Roger Penske, owner of Team Penske, which has 16 total wins and 17 poles.
In the Most recent 2019 Indy 500 race, the Simon Pagenaud (FRA) holds off the winning trophy to become the first time Indianapolis 500 champions over the Alexander Rossi.

 The 2020 IndyCar‘s most prestigious race is scheduled to take place on Sunday, May 24, 2020, and it is set to be broadcast live on NBC from Indianapolis Motor Speedway beginning at 11:00 a.m. ET..




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Indy 500 Champions List  - All-time Indianapolis 500 winner Records Since 1911-2019.





Most poles:

 Rick Mears - Sixth times,  (1979, ’82, ’86, ’88-89, ’91)

Most Consecutive poles:

2 (11 times) – Ralph DePalma (1920-1921), Rex Mays (1935-1936), Eddie Sachs (1960-1961), Parnelli Jones (1962-1963), Mario Andretti (1966-1967), A.J. Foyt (1974-1975), Tom Sneva (1977-1978), Rick Mears (1988-1989), Scott Brayton (1995-1996), Helio Castroneves (2009-2010, Ed Carpenter (2013-14)

Most times starting on front row: 11 – Rick Mears (1978-1979, 1982-1984, 1986-1991)

Most consecutive times starting on front row: 6 – Rick Mears (1986-1991)

Fastest four-lap qualifying: Arie Luyendyk, 236.986 mph, May 12, 1996

Fastest lap qualifying: Arie Luyendyk, 237.498 mph, May 12, 1996



Here is the complete view of Indianapolis famous as IndyCar 500 All-time Champions, Winners List by Year & also included all-time qualifying Records Since 1911 - 2019




Year     -    Winners     -     Speed (mph)




1911: Lewis Strang, First entered

1912: Gil Anderson*, First entered

1913: Caleb Bragg*, Drew pole

1914: Jean Chassagne*, Drew pole

1915: Howard Wilcox, 98.900 mph

1916: Johnny Aitken, 96.690



--No races 1917-18 because of World War I



1919: Rene Thomas, 104.780 (NR)

1920: Ralph DePalma, 99.150

1921: Ralph DePalma, 100.750

1922: Jimmy Murphy, 100.500

1923: Tommy Milton, 108.170 (NR)

1924: Jimmy Murphy, 108.037

1925: Leon Duray, 113.196 (NR)

1926: Earl Cooper, 111.735

1927: Frank Lockhart, 120.100 (NR)

1928: Leon Duray, 122.391 (NR)

1929: Cliff Woodbury, 120.599

1930: Billy Arnold, 113.268




1931: Russ Snowberger*, 112.769

1932: Lou Moore, 117.363

1933: Bill Cummings, 118.530

1934: Kelly Petillo, 119.329

1935: Rex Mays, 120.736

1936: Rex Mays, 119.644

1937: Bill Cummings*, 123.343 (NR)

1938: Floyd Roberts*, 125.681 (NR)

1939: Jimmy Snyder, 130.138 (NR)

1940: Rex Mays, 127.850

1941: Mauri Rose, 128.691



--No races 1942-45 because of World War II



1946: Cliff Bergere*, 126.471

1947: Ted Horn*, 126.564

1948: Rex Mays*, 130.577

1949: Duke Nalon, 132.939

1950: Walt Faulkner, 134.343 (NR)

1951: Duke Nalon*, 136.498 (NR)

1952: Fred Agabashian*, 138.010 (NR)

1953: Bill Vukovich, 138.392

1954: Jack McGrath, 141.033 (NR)

1955: Jerry Hoyt*, 140.045

1956: Pat Flaherty, 145.596 (NR)

1957: Pat O’Connor*, 143.948

1958: Dick Rathmann, 145.974 (NR)

1959: Johnny Thomson, 145.908

1960: Eddie Sachs*, 146.592 (NR)




1961: Eddie Sachs, 147.481

1962: Parnelli Jones, 150.370 (NR)

1963: Parnelli Jones, 151.153 (NR)

1964: Jim Clark, 158.828 (NR)

1965: A.J. Foyt, 161.233 (NR)

1966: Mario Andretti, 165.899 (NR)

1967: Mario Andretti, 168.982 (NR)

1968: Joe Leonard, 171.559 (NR)

1969: A.J. Foyt, 170.568

1970: Al Unser, 170.221

1971: Peter Revson, 178.696 (NR)

1972: Bobby Unser, 195.940 (NR)

1973: Johnny Rutherford, 198.413 (NR)

1974: A.J. Foyt, 191.632

1975: A.J. Foyt, 193.976

1976: Johnny Rutherford*, 188.957

1977: Tom Sneva, 198.884 (NR)

1978: Tom Sneva, 202.156 (NR)

1979: Rick Mears, 193.736

1980: Johnny Rutherford, 192.256




1981: Bobby Unser*, 200.546

1982: Rick Mears, 207.004 (NR)

1983: Teo Fabi, 207.395 (NR)

1984: Tom Sneva, 210.029 (NR)

1985: Pancho Carter, 212.583 (NR)

1986: Rick Mears, 216.828 (NR)

1987: Mario Andretti, 215.390

1988: Rick Mears, 219.198 (NR)

1989: Rick Mears, 223.885 (NR)

1990: Emerson Fittipaldi, 225.301 (NR)

1991: Rick Mears*, 224.113

1992: Roberto Guerrero, 232.482 (NR)

1993: Arie Luyendyk, 223.967

1994: Al Unser Jr., 228.011

1995: Scott Brayton, 231.604

1996: Scott Brayton*^, 233.718

1997: Arie Luyendyk, 218.263

1998: Billy Boat, 223.503

1999: Arie Luyendyk, 225.179

2000: Greg Ray, 223.471




2001:   Scott Sharp,    226.037

2002:   Bruno Junqueira,    231.342

2003:   Helio Castroneves,     231.725

2004:   Buddy Rice,    222.024

2005:   Tony Kanaan*,    227.566

2006:   Sam Hornish Jr.,    228.985

2007:   Helio Castroneves,    225.817

2008:   Scott Dixon,    226.366

2009:   Helio Castroneves,    224.864

2010:   Helio Castroneves,    227.970

2011:   Alex Tagliani,    224.472

2012:   Ryan Briscoe,    226.484

2013:   Ed Carpenter,    228.762

2014:   Ed Carpenter,    231.067

2015:   Scott Dixon,    226.760

2016:   Alexnder Rossi,    230.760

2017:   Takuma Sato,    250.08 km/h


2018:  Will Power    -    166.935 mph (268.656 km/h)

2019  -  Simon Pagenaud   -  
 175.794 (mph)  282.913 (Km/h)

2020    Champion    -  0

2021    Champion    -  0




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