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Topic - Alex Zanardi
Alex Zanardi's good luck charm remained perfect with Max Papis' pole-winning performance.
Alex Zanardi received a hero's welcome at Indianapolis Motor Speedway, the famed race track where he has never turned a single lap.
Alex Zanardi just can't stop racing. The former Formula One driver is vying for a Paralympic medal Wednesday in paracycling — a hand cycle powered by the arms — at the Brands Hatch race track, where he once raced cars. It's really incredible, when you realize the 45-year-old almost died in a horrific accident in a 2001 CART race in Germany.
The celebration of Chip Ganassi's success was supposed to be a surprise, an opportunity to gather his great champions and toast their remarkable runs.
Vasser gave Ganassi his first championship in 1996, Zanardi added two more in `97-98, and Montoya made it four consecutive Ganassi titles in 1999.
"When I started to drive for him and win the races, I had picked up a big head, you know, think you are the best," Zanardi said.