Highlights from the 41st running of the Indianapolis 500

RACE: 41st Indianapolis 500 DATE: May 30, 1957 WINNER: Sam Hanks AVERAGE SPEED: 135.601 mph WHAT HAPPENED: Hanks won the Indy 500, then promptly retired in victory lane. Hanks is considered the only Indianapolis 500 driver who competed in the race before World War II, served in combat, then raced again in Indy after the war. He drove the pace car at Indy from 1958 to 1963. NOTABLE...
Via Associated Press
March 27, 2016  |  Discuss

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