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Tony Kanaan finally shook the Indy 500 monkey off of his back, winning the 97th running of "The Greatest Spectacle in Racing."
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Tony Kanaan won the 97th running of the Indianapolis 500. Here is a look at the total prize money payout for the 2013 Indy 500.
Tony Kanaan won the 97th running of the Indianapolis 500 and celebrated in victory line for his first time in 12 attempts.
Tony Kanaan won nearly $2.4 million for his victory at the Indianapolis 500 on Sunday.
The earnings were announced Monday at the Indianapolis 500 Victory Awards Celebration at the Indianapolis Motor Speedway. Checks were handed out at the lavish annual event, and Kanaan's total was $2,353,500.
It was a steep drop in earnings for the second-place finisher, but 21-year-old Colombian...
Tony Kanaan finally won the Indy 500 to give himself a win at the race that had always eluded him. Kanaan ran in the Indy 500 11 previous times without winning. His best previous finish came in 2004 when he finished second as a driver for Andretti Green Racing. He had a third and fourth-place [...]
Indianapolis 500 winner Tony Kanaan has mixed views about green-white-checkered flag finishes.
Kanaan won his first Indy 500 under caution Sunday when Dario Franchitti crashed with three laps remaining. Although NASCAR makes three attempts to finish a race under green even if means going beyond the scheduled distance, the IndyCar Series does not.
Kanaan says IndyCar should consider...
After 12 tries, fan favorite Tony Kanaan is no longer a bridesmaid after winning one of the most thrilling Indy 500s in years as he took Chevy to Victory Lane.
Perhaps it's just what the doctor ordered . Indycar's most popular driver, not only among the fams, but among the drivers as well, Tony Kanaan broke an 0-11 streak at Indianapolis today as he won the Indy 500. A race that had an unbelievable 68 lead changes, ended with quite possibly it's best ambassador in victory lane. TK's victory was not without it's myths...
Chugging milk followed by splashing it over their head is a time-honored tradition for the winner of the Indianapolis 500. The act dates back to 1933 when race car driver Louis Meyer pulled into Victory Lane after his Indy 500 win and requested a cold glass of buttermilk to quench his thirst.
For more than 70 years, the winner of the race has carried on the tradition, and in 2013...
INDIANAPOLIS — Tony Kanaan has finally won the Indianapolis 500.
Kanaan drove past Ryan Hunter-Reay on a restart with three laps to go, then coasted across the finish line under yellow when defending race winner Dario Franchitti crashed far back in the field.
It was a hugely popular victory at the speedway, where Kanaan had endured so much heartache. The Brazilian had led 225 laps...
After 11 seasons in IndyCar, Brazil’s Tony Kanaan had become his generation’s Michael Andretti: a top open-wheel driver whose likeness, somehow, was nowhere to be found on the Borg-Warner Trophy.
But after several close calls, Kanaan finally got to drink the milk at Indianapolis. (He chose two percent.)
Tony Kanaan finally celebrates an Indy 500 win. (Photo by REUTERS/Jeff Haynes...
Carlos Munoz finished second in the Indianapolis 500 as a 21-year-old rookie.
Now, it's back to the minors.
What a bummer!
Munoz finished behind Tony Kanaan in a thrilling race Sunday that finished under a yellow flag, silencing the skeptics who fretted the young Colombian merely had a fast car but not nearly enough experience to handle his IndyCar debut on such a challenging...
Tony Kanaan has finally won the Indianapolis 500.
INDIANAPOLIS- In 11 previous Indianapolis 500 starts, Tony Kanaan was ever so close to victory.
He was among the greatest drivers to never win the world’s biggest race. He had eight top 10 finishes in his 11 previous starts including a fourth and third the last two races around the famed 2.5-mile oval.
Today in his 12th start it was finally his day.
Kanaan used an epic pass on...
The 2013 Indianapolis 600 was yesterday. I lived in Indiana for 4 years so the event holds a special place in my heart. I know how much the race helps Indianapolis identify itself in the world, not just in the racing community, and I know how important it is, therefore, to residents of Indiana.
That said, I don’t know a damn thing about Indy Car Racing. I don’t know anything...