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Lee Kunzman (born November 29, 1944, Guttenberg, Iowa), is a former driver in the USAC and CART Championship Car series. He raced in the 1969, 1972–1973 and 1975-1980 seasons, with 48 combined career starts, including the 1971-1972, 1977 and 1979 Indianapolis 500. He finished in the top ten 21 times, with his best finish in 2nd position in 1979 at Atlanta.
|Born||November 29, 1944|
Early in his career, he was the 1967 IMCA sprint car Rookie of the Year. Injuries limited his driving in 1970-71 and 1973-74. After completing his driving career, he became the general manager for Hemelgarn Racing and was part of the winning Indy 500 team with Buddy Lazier in 1996.
Indianapolis 500 resultsEdit
|1970||Morris||Ford||Failed to Qualify|
|1975||Eagle||Offy||Failed to Qualify|
|1976||Eagle||Offy||Failed to Qualify|
|1978||Sugai Fox||Offy||Failed to Qualify|
|1982||Penske||Cosworth||Failed to Qualify|
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