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By Tammy Bruce
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Topic - Larry Foyt
A.J. Foyt picked the perfect weekend to make his return to the race track following hip replacement surgery.
A.J. Foyt became a legend at Indianapolis Motor Speedway as much for throwing caution to the wind as for becoming the first four-time winner of the Indy 500.
AJ Allmendinger's parents attended their first Indianapolis 500 in 1979, when they camped in a grassy lot and watched Rick Mears win his first 500.
A.J. Foyt sits quietly recounting stories in the back of his garage at Indianapolis Motor Speedway.
There will be another American, an Indiana native no less, in this year's Indianapolis 500.
AJ Foyt Racing will test Conor Daly at Sebring International Raceway next week in Daly's first time testing an Indy car.
Chase Austin has a chance to make history. A.J. Foyt and his racing team would like nothing better.
"I think we won `Happiest Team Winning A Pole' award," said Larry Foyt, team general manager. "It's definitely special, having Dad back and being able to turn around have him right there, I know he was happy. That was an awesome feeling. We've got so many people here, all our friends and family."
"It's great to be in your hometown and win the pole, so I'm real happy and real thrilled _ just as long as we finish first," Foyt said.