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Topic - Juan Pablo Montoya
Juan Pablo Montoya turned his first laps in an Indy car in 13 years Monday during his first test with new team Penske Racing.
IndyCar driver Tony Kanaan showed up at NASCAR's season finale wearing a red Target hat.
There's a handmade Colombian flag hanging inside Juan Pablo Montoya's motorhome that was given to him by a fan several weeks ago.
Three-time Indianapolis 500 winner Dario Franchitti reluctantly retired Thursday after doctors told him it is too dangerous to continue racing following the injuries he suffered in a crash last month.
McMurray won at Talladega Superspeedway in a nearly clean race until rookie Austin Dillon lost control on the final lap Sunday, allowing the winner to coast across the line under caution.
Kyle Larson ran well in his Sprint Cup debut before blowing an engine with 87 laps remaining in the 334-lap race.
Kyle Larson can't be goaded into setting an unreasonable expectation for his Sprint Cup debut.
Jeff Gordon is feeling rejuvenated as the NASCAR Sprint Cup season winds down.
Kyle Larson will make his Sprint Cup Series debut next week at Charlotte Motor Speedway driving for Phoenix Racing.
These are strange times in NASCAR, where everything has turned upside down in the blink of an eye.
These are strange times are in NASCAR, where everything has turned upside down in the blink of an eye.
Roger Penske was set to surrender his usual spot on the spotter stand for a seat in a suite.
Juan Pablo Montoya considered staying in NASCAR and making the jump to Furniture Row Racing.
With a chance to start over and maybe drive in any series he wanted, Juan Pablo Montoya thought long and hard about what mattered most at this stage of his career.
Juan Pablo Montoya was honored by the Hispanic Heritage Foundation in Washington, D.C., on Thursday night with an award for sports.
"The position of the wheel was really different. With a Cup wheel, you try to put it as low as you can, but it's so big, the wheel is a lot higher, so getting comfortable is a little bit different," said Montoya, adding that braking was difficult.
"Really, everybody works together and is trying to get me up to speed as fast as I can," Montoya said. "The faster I get up to speed, the better it is for everybody."