Biggest crashes and controversies at Texas Motor Speedway
Burton - a/k/a "When Smurfs Attack" in Last but not least, who can forget IndyCar legend A.J. Foyt slapping Arie Luyendyk to the ground in 1997 after the scoring order was bolloxed at the end of the race?
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drivers, Billy Boat, had been declared winner of the True Value 500k. The only problem is, Boat didn't win, Arie Luyendyk did. The timing and scoring system, which was operated by IRL and USAC officials, didn't work correctly, so Boat
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first and second in the 1978 Dutch Grand Prix. The role of Mario Andretti was played by two-time Indy 500 winner Arie Luyendyk while Chris Locke drove his 79 wearing a replica Peterson helmet. Former Le Mans winner Jan Lammers was also out
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two red flags to stop a race that never officially started, a pace car driven by two-time Indianapolis 500 winner Arie Luyendyk that spun off the track during a Parade Lap, crashes into the wall by Ryan Briscoe and Team Penske's Will Power
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problem is, Boat didn't win, Arie Luyendyk did. The timing and scoring system ..... title="INDYCAR: AJ Foyt Slaps Arie Luyendyk ">Video: INDYCAR: AJ Foyt Slaps Arie Luyendyk If anything, the NASCAR
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comes with that idea that I'm not sure anybody wants to carry. I'm not interested in carrying that baggage.'' Arie Luyendyk holds the one- and four-lap qualifying marks, set in 1996. He ran a single lap of 237.498 mph and posted a four
102-year-old takes ride at Indianapolis Speedway
members joined Pittenger at the speedway for what was her second trip around the track - in 2008, she rode with driver Arie Luyendyk Jr. She marked her 100th birthday two years ago by going parasailing. Pittenger ended her latest speedway laps with
Everything's bigger in Texas, including the crashes
a/k/a "When Smurfs Attack" in 2010. Last but not least, who can forget IndyCar legend A.J. Foyt slapping Arie Luyendyk to the ground in 1997 after the scoring order was bolloxed at the end of the race?