Rick Mears set the Closed Course Speed Record Of 223.401 mph at Michigan International Speedway on August 1, 1986 in this car with an Ilmor Chevy engine. Al Unser Sr. won his 4th and Penske Racing’s 6th Indy 500 in 1987.
Mark Donohue’s 1972 Indianapolis 500 win in the McLaren M16B was Penske Racing’s first Indy 500 Victory.
2005 was Rusty’s final year in the NASCAR Nextel Cup Series. This car depicts his Last Call paint scheme.
Rick Mears won the pole and the race at the Indianapolis 500 in 1979 in this car. This car was also driven by Mario Andretti for Penske Racing in 1978.
Rick Mears drove this car to his 2nd and Penske Racing’s 4th Indianapolis 500 victory in 1984
Bobby Unser drove a PC-9B to capture Penske Racing’s 3rd Indianapolis 500 in 1981.
629 Hurst/Olds Cutlass’ were manufactured in 1972. 130 were convertibles and 499 were hardtops
In 2004 Ryan Newman won 2 races and led the Nextel Cup with 9 Pole Positions.
The “Spin and Win” car driven by Danny Sullivan in 1985 won Penske Racing’s 5th Indy 500.
This car was designed by Geoff Ferris and built at the Penske Cars, Ltd. shop in Dorset, England. This car was also driven by John Watson in 1975.
Rick Mears qualified this car on the pole and won his 3rd and Penske Racing’s 7th Indianapolis 500 in 1988. Danny Sullivan and Al Unser Sr. qualified PC-17’s 2nd and 3rd to capture the Indianapolis 500 front row for Penske Racing.
Mark Donohue drove this car to victory in the inaugural IROC race in 1973. He won 3 of the 4 races to win the first IROC championship.
Roger Penske drove a 1963 Pontiac Catalina owned by Nichels Engineering to victory at the NASCAR Riverside 250 on May 16, 1963.
This was the first car to hold the single lap Qualifying record at the Indianapolis 500 over 200mph. It also marks the first time Penske Racing campaigned their own chassis at the Indy 500.
1991 was Penske Racing’s 8th and Rick Mears’ 4th Indy 500 victory.
Penske Racing’s 9th and EmersonFittipaldis’ 2nd Indianapolis 500 victory.
Al Unser Jr. won the 1994 Indianapolis 500, the 10th for Penske Racing in this PC-23.
Penske Racing returned to the Brickyard for the first time since 1995 and Helio Castroneves captured Penske Racing’s 11th Indy 500 win.
Penske Racing’s 12th Indy 500 win and Helio Castroneves’ 2nd, also marked the first time a driver won the Indianapolis 500 in his first two Indy 500 starts.
This marked the 17th time a Chevrolet product had paced the field, the most appearances by any brand. The driver of the 2006 Pace Car was 7-time Tour de France winner Lance Armstrong.
Gil de Ferran drove this car to Penske Racing’s 13th Indianapolis 500 victory and the first for Japanese engine manufacturer Toyota.