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The winner of the Indianapolis 500 is awarded the Borg-Warner Trophy.

The Indianapolis 500 is an automobile race, held annually on the last weekend in May to coincide with Memorial Day. The race is held at the Indianapolis Motor Speedway, located in Speedway, Indiana. The Indianapolis 500 is an open-wheel car race and is currently sanctioned by Indy Racing League LLC, and has been run as an IndyCar Series event since 1996. The Indianapolis 500 is considered one of the most traditional and historical races in the world, and is also considered one of the three most significant motorsport races in the world.

The first Indianapolis 500 was held in 1911, where Ray Harroun was declared the first winner, driving the Marmon Wasp. The race has been run annually since 1911 (with exceptions during World War I and World War II) and 73 drivers have been crowned champions of the 500-mile race over the course of 103 races. The most race victories held by a single driver is four, which has been accomplished only by A. J. Foyt, Al Unser and Rick Mears. The Indianapolis 500 has also drawn many international drivers to the Indianapolis Motor Speedway over the years, with 26 of the winners coming from outside of the United States, representing nine separate countries. The most recent champion of the Indianapolis 500 is Simon Pagenaud, winner of the 2019 race.

The winner of the Indianapolis 500 receives many prizes, many based on past tradition. One of the most iconic traditions is for the winner of the Indianapolis 500 to drink a bottle of milk, a tradition started by Louis Meyer when he won the race in 1936.[1] The winner is also presented with a wreath in victory lane, and has the opportunity to kiss the yard of brick (the start/finish line), an Indianapolis Motor Speedway tradition started by NASCAR driver Dale Jarrett in 1996 at the Brickyard 400 and adopted by 500 winners since 2003. The winner of the race also receives the pace car used during that race, and will have on the Borg-Warner Trophy a bas-relief sculpture of their face added to the base. The Borg-Warner Trophy has been used since 1936 and along with the sculpture on the original trophy, the winning driver and car owner receive a small replica.[2] The Indianapolis 500 winner also receives a large purse, most recently at $2.49 million, given to Ryan Hunter-Reay in 2014.[3] Other prizes have been given to the race winner over the years, including a quilt, made by Jeanetta Holder, which is presented to the driver annually at the winner's photo shoot.[4]

Contents

List of winnersEdit

Fisher Era – AAA sanctioning (1911–1927)Edit

Year Date Driver Team / Owner Chassis Engine Tire Race Distance Time Average Speed
(mph)
(km/h)
Car Name
Laps Miles (km)
1911 May 30   Ray Harroun[5] Nordyke & Marmon Company Marmon Marmon F 200 500 miles
(805 km)
6:42:08.039 74.59 mph (120.04 km/h) Marmon Wasp
1912 May 30   Joe Dawson[6] National Motor Vehicle Company National National M 200 500 miles
(805 km)
6:21:06.144 78.719 mph (126.686 km/h) National Motor Vehicle
1913 May 30   Jules Goux[7] Peugeot Peugeot Peugeot F 200 500 miles
(805 km)
6:35:05.108 75.933 mph (122.202 km/h) Peugeot
1914 May 30   René Thomas[8] Louis Delâge Company Delage Delage P 200 500 miles
(805 km)
6:03:45.060 82.474 mph (132.729 km/h) L. Delâge
1915 May 31   Ralph DePalma[9][a] E.C. Patterson Mercedes Mercedes BF 200 500 miles
(805 km)
5:33:55.619 89.840 mph (144.583 km/h) Mercedes
E.C. Patterson
1916 May 30   Dario Resta[10][b] Peugeot Auto Racing Company Peugeot Peugeot BF 120 300 miles
(483 km)[c]
3:34:16.990 84.001 mph (135.187 km/h) Peugeot Auto Racing
1917 No race held due to World War I
1918
1919 May 31   Howdy Wilcox[11] I.M.S. Corporation Premier Premier G 200 500 miles
(805 km)
5:40:42.930 88.050 mph (141.703 km/h) Peugeot
Indianapolis Speedway Team
1920 May 31   Gaston Chevrolet[12][d] William Small Company Frontenac Frontenac F 200 500 miles
(805 km)
5:38:31.901 88.618 mph (142.617 km/h) Monroe
William Small
1921 May 30   Tommy Milton[13] Louis Chevrolet Frontenac Frontenac F 200 500 miles
(805 km)
5:34:44.578 89.621 mph (144.231 km/h) Frontenac
Louis Chevrolet
1922 May 30   Jimmy Murphy[14] Jimmy Murphy Duesenberg Miller F 200 500 miles
(805 km)
5:17:30.845 94.484 mph (152.057 km/h) Jimmy Murphy
1923 May 30   Tommy Milton[15] H.C.S. Motor Company Miller Miller F 200 500 miles
(805 km)
5:31:19.618 90.545 mph (145.718 km/h) H.C.S. Motor Company
1924 May 30   Lora L. Corum[16] Duesenberg Duesenberg Duesenberg F 200 500 miles
(805 km)
5:05:23.595 98.234 mph (158.092 km/h) Duesenberg
  Joe Boyer[e]
1925 May 30   Peter DePaolo[17] Duesenberg Duesenberg Duesenberg F 200 500 miles
(805 km)
4:56:39.401 101.127 mph (162.748 km/h) Duesenberg
1926 May 31   Frank Lockhart[18] Peter Kreis Miller Miller F 160* 400 miles
(644 km)
5:12:48.768 95.904 mph (154.343 km/h) Miller
Peter Kreis
1927 May 30   George Souders[19] William S. White Duesenberg Duesenberg F 200 500 miles
(805 km)
5:07:33.022 97.545 mph (156.983 km/h) Duesenberg
William White

Rickenbacker Era – AAA sanctioning (1928–1945)Edit

Year Date Driver Team / Owner Chassis Engine Tire Race Distance Time Average Speed
(mph)
(km/h)
Car Name
Laps Miles (km)
1928 May 30   Louis Meyer[20] Alden Sampson, II Miller Miller F 200 500 miles
(805 km)
5:01:33.725 99.482 mph (160.101 km/h) Miller
Alden Sampson, II
1929 May 30   Ray Keech[21] M. A. Yagle Miller Miller F 200 500 miles
(805 km)
5:07:25.458 97.585 mph (157.048 km/h) Simplex Piston Ring
Yagle
1930 May 30   Billy Arnold[22] Harry Hartz Summers Miller F 200 500 miles
(805 km)
4:58:39.720 100.448 mph (161.655 km/h) Miller
Hartz
1931 May 30   Louis Schneider[23] B. L. Schneider Stevens Miller F 200 500 miles
(805 km)
5:10:27.948 96.629 mph (155.509 km/h) Bowes Seal Fast
Schneider
1932 May 30   Fred Frame[24] Harry Hartz Wetteroth Miller F 200 500 miles
(805 km)
4:48:03.761 104.144 mph (167.604 km/h) Miller-Harry Hartz
1933 May 30   Louis Meyer[25] Louis Meyer Miller Miller F 200 500 miles
(805 km)
4:48:00.774 104.162 mph (167.632 km/h) Tydol/Louis Meyer
1934 May 30   Bill Cummings[26] H. C. Henning Miller Miller F 200 500 miles
(805 km)
4:46:05.254 104.863 mph (168.761 km/h) Boyle Products
Henning
1935 May 30   Kelly Petillo[27] Kelly Petillo Wetteroth Offenhauser F 200 500 miles
(805 km)
4:42:22.771 106.240 mph (170.977 km/h) Gilmore Speedway
Petillo
1936 May 30   Louis Meyer[28] Louis Meyer Stevens Miller F 200 500 miles
(805 km)
4:35:03.314 109.069 mph (175.530 km/h) Ring Free
Lou Meyer
1937 May 31   Wilbur Shaw[29] Wilbur Shaw Shaw Offenhauser F 200 500 miles
(805 km)
4:24:07.861 113.580 mph (182.789 km/h) Shaw-Gilmore
1938 May 30   Floyd Roberts[30] Lou Moore Wetteroth Miller F 200 500 miles
(805 km)
4:15:58.362 117.200 mph (188.615 km/h) Burd Piston Ring
Lou Moore
1939 May 30   Wilbur Shaw[31] Boyle Racing Headquarters Maserati Maserati F 200 500 miles
(805 km)
4:20:47.412 115.035 mph (185.131 km/h) Boyle Racing Headquarters
1940 May 30   Wilbur Shaw[32] Boyle Racing Headquarters Maserati Maserati F 200 500 miles
(805 km)
4:22:31.201 114.277 mph (183.911 km/h) Boyle Racing Headquarters
1941 May 30   Floyd Davis[33] Lou Moore Wetteroth Offenhauser F 200 500 miles
(805 km)
4:20:36.266 115.117 mph (185.263 km/h) Noc-Out Hose Clamp
Moore
  Mauri Rose[f]
1942 No race held due to World War II
1943
1944
1945

Hulman/George Era – AAA sanctioning (1946–1955)Edit

Year Date Driver Team / Owner Chassis Engine Tire Race Distance Time Average Speed
(mph)
(km/h)
Car Name
Laps Miles (km)
1946 May 30   George Robson[34][g] Thorne Engineering Adams Sparks F 200 500 miles
(805 km)
4:21:16.711 114.820
184.785
Thorne Engineering
1947 May 30   Mauri Rose[35] Lou Moore Deidt Offenhauser F 200 500 miles
(805 km)
4:17:52.159 116.338
187.228
Blue Crown Spark Plug
Moore
1948 May 31   Mauri Rose[36] Lou Moore Deidt Offenhauser F 200 500 miles
(805 km)
4:10:23.286 119.814
192.822
Blue Crown Spark Plug
Moore
1949 May 30   Bill Holland[37] Lou Moore Deidt Offenhauser F 200 500 miles
(805 km)
4:07:15.939 121.327
195.257
Blue Crown Spark Plug
Moore
1950 May 30   Johnnie Parsons[38] Kurtis Kraft Kurtis Kraft Offenhauser F 138* 345 miles
(555 km)
2:46:55.967 124.002
199.562
Wynn's Friction
Kurtis-Kraft
1951 May 30   Lee Wallard[39] Murrell Belanger Kurtis Kraft Offenhauser F 200 500 miles
(805 km)
3:57:38.103 126.244
203.170
Murrell Belanger
1952 May 30   Troy Ruttman[40] J. C. Agajanian Kuzma Offenhauser F 200 500 miles
(805 km)
3:52:41.930 128.922
207.480
J. C. Agajanian
1953 May 30   Bill Vukovich[41] Howard B. Keck Kurtis Kraft Offenhauser F 200 500 miles
(805 km)
3:53:01.668 128.740
207.187
Fuel Injection
Howard Keck
1954 May 31   Bill Vukovich[42] Howard B. Keck Kurtis Kraft Offenhauser F 200 500 miles
(805 km)
3:49:17.261 130.840
210.567
Fuel Injection
Howard Keck
1955 May 30   Bob Sweikert[43] John Zink Kurtis Kraft Offenhauser F 200 500 miles
(805 km)
3:53:59.576 128.213
206.339
John Zink

Hulman/George Era – USAC sanctioning (1956–1995)Edit

Year Date Driver Team / Owner Chassis Engine Tire Race Distance Time Average Speed
(mph)
(km/h)
Car Name
Laps Miles (km)
1956 May 30   Pat Flaherty[44] John Zink Watson Offenhauser F 200 500 miles
(805 km)
3:53:28.872 128.490
206.785
John Zink
1957 May 30   Sam Hanks[45] George Salih Salih Offenhauser F 200 500 miles
(805 km)
3:41:14.238 135.601
218.229
Belond Exhaust
George Salih
1958 May 30   Jimmy Bryan[46] George Salih Salih Offenhauser F 200 500 miles
(805 km)
3:44:21.064 133.791
215.316
Belong AP
George Salih
1959 May 30   Rodger Ward[47] Leader Cards Watson Offenhauser F 200 500 miles
(805 km)
3:40:47.470 135.857
218.641
Leader Cards 500 Roadster
1960 May 30   Jim Rathmann[48] Ken-Paul Watson Offenhauser F 200 500 miles
(805 km)
3:36:11.384 138.767
223.324
Ken-Paul
1961 May 30   A. J. Foyt[49] Bignotti-Bowes Racing Trevis Offenhauser F 200 500 miles
(805 km)
3:35:37.540 139.130
223.908
Bowes Seal Fast
Bignotti
1962 May 30   Rodger Ward[50] Leader Cards Watson Offenhauser F 200 500 miles
(805 km)
3:33:50.291 140.293
225.780
Leader Cards 500 Roadster
1963 May 30   Parnelli Jones[51] J. C. Agajanian Watson Offenhauser F 200 500 miles
(805 km)
3:29:35.365 143.137
230.357
J. C. Agajanian
Willard Battery
1964 May 30   A. J. Foyt[52] Ansted-Thompson Racing Watson Offenhauser F 200 500 miles
(805 km)
3:23:35.813 147.350
237.137
Sheraton-Thompson
Ansted
1965 May 31   Jim Clark[53] Team Lotus Lotus Ford F 200 500 miles
(805 km)
3:19:05.370 150.686
242.506
Lotus powered by Ford
1966 May 30   Graham Hill[54] Mecom Racing Team Lola Ford F 200 500 miles
(805 km)
3:27:52.543 144.317
232.256
American Red Ball
Mecom
1967 May 30–31   A. J. Foyt[55] Ansted-Thompson Racing Coyote Ford G 200 500 miles
(805 km)
3:18:24.211 151.207
243.344
Sheraton-Thompson
Ansted
1968 May 30   Bobby Unser[56] Leader Cards Eagle Offenhauser G 200 500 miles
(805 km)
3:16:13.786 152.882
246.040
Rislone
Leader Cards
1969 May 30   Mario Andretti[57][h] STP Corporation Hawk Ford F 200 500 miles
(805 km)
3:11:14.689 156.867
252.453
STP Oil Treatment
1970 May 30   Al Unser[58] Vel's Parnelli Jones Ford Colt Ford F 200 500 miles
(805 km)
3:12:37.057 155.749
250.654
Johnny Lightning
1971 May 29   Al Unser[59] Vel's Parnelli Jones Ford Colt Ford F 200 500 miles
(805 km)
3:10:11.545 157.735
253.850
Johnny Lightning
1972 May 27   Mark Donohue[60] Roger Penske Enterprises McLaren Offenhauser G 200 500 miles
(805 km)
3:04:23.851 162.962
262.262
Sunoco
McLaren Penske
1973 May 28–30   Gordon Johncock[61] Patrick Racing Team Eagle Offenhauser G 133* 333 miles
(535 km)
2:05:25.320 159.036
255.944
STP Double Oil Filter
Patrick
1974 May 26   Johnny Rutherford[62] Bruce McLaren Motor Racing McLaren Offenhauser G 200 500 miles (805 km) 3:09:10.094 158.589
255.224
McLaren Cars
1975 May 25   Bobby Unser[63] All American Racers Eagle Offenhauser G 174* 435 miles (700 km) 2:54:55.064 149.213
240.135
Jorgensen
All American Racers
1976 May 30   Johnny Rutherford[64] Bruce McLaren Motor Racing McLaren Offenhauser G 102* 255 miles (410 km) 1:42:52.466 148.725
239.350
Hy-Gain/McLaren
1977 May 29   A. J. Foyt[65] A.J. Foyt Enterprises Coyote Foyt G 200 500 miles (805 km) 3:05:57.186 161.331
259.637
Gilmore Racing
A. J. Foyt
1978 May 28   Al Unser[66] Chaparral Racing Lola Cosworth G 200 500 miles (805 km) 3:05:54.974 161.363
259.689
First National City
Chaparral
1979 May 27   Rick Mears[67] Penske Racing Penske Cosworth G 200 500 miles (805 km) 3:08:47.950 158.899
255.723
The Gould Charge
Penske
1980 May 25   Johnny Rutherford[68] Chaparral Racing Chaparral Cosworth G 200 500 miles (805 km) 3:29:59.572 142.862
229.914
Pennzoil
Chaparral Racing
1981 May 24   Bobby Unser[69] Penske Racing Penske Cosworth G 200 500 miles (805 km) 3:35:41.819 139.084
223.834
The Norton Spirit
Penske
1982 May 30   Gordon Johncock[70] STP Patrick Racing Team Wildcat Cosworth G 200 500 miles (805 km) 3:05:09.122 162.029
260.760
STP Oil Treatment
Patrick
1983 May 29   Tom Sneva[71] Bignotti-Cotter March Cosworth G 200 500 miles (805 km) 3:05:03.092 162.117
260.902
Texaco Star
Bignotti-Cotter
1984 May 27   Rick Mears[72] Penske Cars March Cosworth G 200 500 miles (805 km) 3:03:21.638 163.612
263.308
Pennzoil Z-7
Penske
1985 May 26   Danny Sullivan[73] Penske Cars March Cosworth G 200 500 miles (805 km) 3:16:06.090 152.982
246.201
Miller American
Penske
1986 May 31   Bobby Rahal[74] Truesports March Cosworth G 200 500 miles (805 km) 2:55:43.457 170.722
274.750
Budweiser
Truesports
1987 May 24   Al Unser[75] Penske Racing, Incorporated March Cosworth G 200 500 miles (805 km) 3:04:59.121 162.175
260.995
Cummins-Holset
Penske
1988 May 29   Rick Mears[76] Penske Racing, Incorporated Penske Chevrolet G 200 500 miles (805 km) 3:27:10.167 144.809
233.047
Pennzoil Z-7
Penske
1989 May 28   Emerson Fittipaldi[77] Patrick Racing, Incorporated Penske Chevrolet G 200 500 miles (805 km) 2:59:01.074 167.581
269.695
Marlboro
Patrick Racing
1990 May 27   Arie Luyendyk Doug Shierson Racing Lola[78] Chevrolet G 200 500 miles (805 km) 2:41:18.404 185.981
299.307
Domino's Pizza
Shierson
1991 May 26   Rick Mears[79] Penske Racing, Incorporated Penske Chevrolet G 200 500 miles (805 km) 2:50:00.791 176.457
283.980
Marlboro Penske Chevy 91
1992 May 24   Al Unser Jr.[80] Galles-Kraco Racing Galmer Chevrolet G 200 500 miles (805 km) 3:43:05.148 134.477
216.420
Valvoline Galmer 92
1993 May 30   Emerson Fittipaldi[81] Penske Racing, Incorporated Penske Chevrolet G 200 500 miles (805 km) 3:10:49.860 157.207
253.000
Marlboro Penske Chevy '93
1994 May 29   Al Unser Jr.[82] Penske Racing, Incorporated Penske Mercedes-Benz G 200 500 miles (805 km) 3:06:29.006 160.872
258.898
Marlboro Penske Mercedes
1995 May 28   Jacques Villeneuve[83] Team Green Reynard Ford Cosworth G 200 500 miles (805 km) 3:15:17.561 153.616
247.221
Player's LTD/Team Green

Hulman/George Era – INDYCAR sanctioning (1996–present)Edit

Year Date Driver Team / Owner Chassis Engine Tire Race Distance Time Average Speed
(mph)
(km/h)
Car Name
Laps Miles (km)
1996 May 26   Buddy Lazier[84] Hemelgarn Racing Reynard Ford Cosworth F 200 500 miles (805 km) 3:22:45.753 147.956
238.112
Delta Faucet/Montana
Hemelgarn
1997 May 26–27   Arie Luyendyk[85] Treadway Racing G Force Oldsmobile F 200 500 miles (805 km) 3:25:43.388 145.827
234.686
Wavephore/Sprint PCS
Miller Lite/Provimi
1998 May 24   Eddie Cheever[86] Team Cheever Dallara Oldsmobile G 200 500 miles (805 km) 3:26:40.524 145.155
233.604
Rachel's Potato Chips
1999 May 30   Kenny Bräck[87] A.J. Foyt Enterprises Dallara Oldsmobile G 200 500 miles (805 km) 3:15:51.182 153.176
246.513
A. J. Foyt Bosch/Harrahs PowerTeam Racing
2000 May 28   Juan Pablo Montoya[88] Target Chip Ganassi Racing G Force Oldsmobile F 200 500 miles (805 km) 2:58:59.431 167.607
269.737
Target
2001 May 27   Hélio Castroneves[89] Marlboro Team Penske Dallara Oldsmobile F 200 500 miles (805 km) 3:31:54.180 141.574
227.841
Marlboro
2002 May 26   Hélio Castroneves[90] Marlboro Team Penske Dallara Chevrolet F 200 500 miles (805 km) 3:00:10.871 166.499
267.954
Marlboro
2003 May 25   Gil de Ferran[91][j] Marlboro Team Penske Panoz G Force Toyota F 200 500 miles (805 km) 3:11:56.989 156.291
251.526
Marlboro
2004 May 30   Buddy Rice[92] Rahal Letterman Racing Panoz G Force Honda F 180* 450 miles (724 km) 3:14:55.2395 138.518
222.923
Argent/Pioneer
2005 May 29   Dan Wheldon[93] Andretti Green Racing Dallara Honda F 200 500 miles (805 km) 3:10:21.0769 157.603
253.637
Klein Tools/Jim Beam
2006 May 28   Sam Hornish Jr.[94] Marlboro Team Penske Dallara Honda F 200 500 miles (805 km) 3:10:58.7590 157.085
252.804
Marlboro
2007 May 27   Dario Franchitti[95] Andretti Green Racing Dallara Honda F 166* 415 miles (668 km) 2:44:03.5608 151.774
244.257
Canadian Club
2008 May 25   Scott Dixon[96] Target Chip Ganassi Racing Dallara Honda F 200 500 miles (805 km) 3:28:57.6792 143.567
231.049
Target
2009 May 24   Hélio Castroneves[97] Marlboro Team Penske Dallara Honda F 200 500 miles (805 km) 3:19:34.6427 150.318
241.913
Team Penske
2010 May 30   Dario Franchitti[98] Target Chip Ganassi Racing Dallara Honda F 200 500 miles (805 km) 3:05:37.0131 161.623
260.107
Target
2011 May 29   Dan Wheldon[99] Bryan Herta Autosport Dallara Honda F 200 500 miles (805 km) 2:56:11.7267 170.265
274.015
William Rast - Curb/Big Machine
2012 May 27   Dario Franchitti[100] Target Chip Ganassi Racing Dallara Honda F 200 500 miles (805 km) 2:58:51.2532 167.734
269.934
Target
2013 May 26   Tony Kanaan KV Racing Technology Dallara Chevrolet F 200 500 miles (805 km) 2:40:03.4181 187.433
301.644[i]
Hydroxycut
2014 May 25   Ryan Hunter-Reay Andretti Autosport Dallara Honda F 200 500 miles (805 km) 2:40:48.2305 186.563
300.244
DHL Express
2015 May 24   Juan Pablo Montoya Team Penske Dallara Chevrolet F 200 500 miles (805 km) 3:05:56.5286 161.341
259.653
Verizon Wireless
2016 May 29   Alexander Rossi Andretti Herta Autosport Dallara Honda F 200 500 miles (805 km) 3:00:02.0872 166.634
268.171
National Automotive Parts Association
2017 May 28   Takuma Sato[101][102] Andretti Autosport Dallara Honda F 200 500 miles (805 km) 3:13:03.3584 155.395
250.084
Panasonic/Ruoff Home Mortgage
2018 May 27   Will Power[103] Team Penske Dallara Chevrolet F 200 500 miles (805 km) 2:59:42.6365 166.935
268.656
Verizon
2019 May 26   Simon Pagenaud Team Penske Dallara Chevrolet F 200 500 miles (805 km) 2:50:39.2797 175.794
282.913
Menards
* Race rain-shortened

Driver statisticsEdit

Active driver victoriesEdit

Wins Driver Years
3   Hélio Castroneves 2001 2002 2009
1   Scott Dixon 2008
  Tony Kanaan 2013
  Ryan Hunter-Reay 2014
  Alexander Rossi 2016
  Takuma Sato 2017
  Will Power 2018
  Simon Pagenaud 2019

Multiple victoriesEdit

Multiple driver victories
Nineteen of seventy race-winning drivers,
27.14%, have won the race more than once.
Wins Driver Years
4   A. J. Foyt 1961 1964 1967 1977
  Al Unser, Sr. 1970 1971 1978 1987
  Rick Mears 1979 1984 1988 1991
3   Louis Meyer 1928 1933 1936  
  Wilbur Shaw 1937 1939 1940
  Mauri Rose[k] 1941 1947 1948
  Johnny Rutherford 1974 1976 1980
  Bobby Unser 1968 1975 1981
  Hélio Castroneves 2001 2002 2009
  Dario Franchitti 2007 2010 2012
2   Tommy Milton 1921 1923  
  Bill Vukovich 1953 1954
  Rodger Ward 1959 1962
  Gordon Johncock 1973 1982
  Emerson Fittipaldi 1989 1993
  Al Unser, Jr. 1992 1994
  Arie Luyendyk 1990 1997
  Dan Wheldon 2005 2011
  Juan Pablo Montoya 2000 2015

Consecutive victoriesEdit

Wins Driver Years
2   Wilbur Shaw 19391940
  Mauri Rose 19471948
  Bill Vukovich 19531954
  Al Unser, Sr. 19701971
  Hélio Castroneves 20012002

Rookie winners (inaugural race inclusive)Edit

Year Driver
1911   Ray Harroun
1913   Jules Goux
1914   René Thomas
1926   Frank Lockhart
1927   George Souders
1966   Graham Hill
2000   Juan Pablo Montoya
2001   Hélio Castroneves
2016   Alexander Rossi
*   Louis Meyer won in his first start in 1928, but had served as a relief driver, and thus running laps in competition, the year before.

Nationalities of non-American winnersEdit

Race and National Championship victories in same yearEdit

Year Driver Championship
Sanctioning Body*
1920   Gaston Chevrolet AAA Contest Board
1921   Tommy Milton
1922   Jimmy Murphy
1925   Peter DePaolo
1928   Louis Meyer
1930   Billy Arnold
1931   Louis Schneider
1933   Louis Meyer
1934   Bill Cummings
1935   Kelly Petillo
1937   Wilbur Shaw
1938   Floyd Roberts
1939   Wilbur Shaw
1955   Bob Sweikert
1959   Rodger Ward USAC
1961   A. J. Foyt
1962   Rodger Ward
1964   A.J. Foyt
1967   A.J. Foyt
1968   Bobby Unser
1969   Mario Andretti
1970   Al Unser
1979   Rick Mears SCCA / CART
1980   Johnny Rutherford CART
1986   Bobby Rahal
1989   Emerson Fittipaldi
1994   Al Unser, Jr.
1995   Jacques Villeneuve
2005   Dan Wheldon IndyCar
2006   Sam Hornish, Jr.
2007   Dario Franchitti
2008   Scott Dixon
2010   Dario Franchitti
* From 1979–1995, the Indianapolis 500-Mile Race and the American Open Wheel National Championship were sanctioned by separate organizations, USAC and CART, respectively. From 1980–1995, winners of a USAC Gold Crown Championship were officially declared. From 1985 onwards, the Indianapolis 500 was the only race on the Gold Crown calendar. The winner of the Indianapolis 500 would be the Gold Crown champion; as such championship consisted solely of Indianapolis, Gold Crown winners from 1985 to 1995 are indistinguishable from Indianapolis winners in those same years.

Winning drivers who did not start next raceEdit

Year
Won
Driver Reason For Not Starting
1911   Ray Harroun Retired for second and final time in victory lane
1912   Joe Dawson Unknown; returned, 1914
1914   René Thomas World War I service in France; returned, 1919
1915   Ralph DePalma Inadmissible (late) entry application, 1916, after facility management's rejection of appearance-fee requirement; returned, 1919
1916   Dario Resta Business interests; returned, 1923
1920   Gaston Chevrolet Fatal motorsports accident, Beverly Hills Speedway, 25 November 1920
1924   Lora L. Corum Unknown; returned, 1926
  Joe Boyer Fatal motorsports accident, Altoona Speedway, 2 September 1924
1929   Ray Keech Fatal motorsports accident, Altoona Speedway, 15 June 1929
1935   Kelly Petillo Unknown; returned, 1937
1941   Floyd Davis1 Unknown
1946   George Robson Fatal motorsports accident, Lakewood Speedway, 2 September 1946
1951   Lee Wallard Career-ending motorsports accident, shortly after victory
1952   Troy Ruttman Sprint car crash injury, August 1952; returned, 1954
1956   Pat Flaherty Severe injury, motorsports accident, Illinois State Fairgrounds, 18 August 1956; returned, 1959
1957   Sam Hanks Retired in victory lane
1981   Bobby Unser Semi-retired; served as team manager for Josele Garza; retired permanently in 1983
1994   Al Unser, Jr. Did not qualify; returned, 2000 (CART-IRL split)
1995   Jacques Villeneuve Drove in Formula One; returned, 2014
1999   Kenny Bräck Drove in CART; returned, 2002
2000   Juan Pablo Montoya Drove in Formula One; raced at IMS in the United States Grand Prix, 2001–06 and Brickyard 400, 2007–2014; returned, 2014
2003   Gil de Ferran Retired at the conclusion of 2003 IRL season; returned as a car owner for 2010 season.
2004   Buddy Rice Practice session crash injury, back injury; replaced by Kenny Bräck; returned, 2006
2007   Dario Franchitti Drove in NASCAR 2; returned, 2009
2011   Dan Wheldon Fatal motorsports accident, Las Vegas Motor Speedway, 16 October 2011

1 Davis was relieved by Mauri Rose on Lap 72. Rose competed in the next 500 in 1946.

2 Franchitti had signed with Chip Ganassi Racing to run a NASCAR Sprint Cup Series season for Ganassi in 2008, but was injured April 25 at the Aaron's 312 Nationwide Series race. That team shut down in July 2008 because of sponsorship issues, and Franchitti returned to the IRL with Ganassi in time for the exhibition race in Surfers Paradise, racing the full season in 2009.

OwnersEdit

Constructors and suppliersEdit

ChassisEdit

Wins Chassis Victories
19*   Dallara 1998 1999 2001 2002 2005
2006 2007 2008 2009 2010
2011 2012 2013 2014 2015
2016 2017 2018 2019  
7   Penske 1979 1981 1988 1989 1991
1993 1994  
6   Miller 1923 1926 1928 1929 1933
1934  
  Watson 1956 1959 1960 1962 1963
1964  
5   Kurtis Kraft 1950 1951 1953 1954 1955
  March 1983 1984 1985 1986 1987
4   Duesenberg 1922 1924 1925 1927  
  Wetteroth 1932 1935 1938 1941
  Panoz / G Force 1997 2000 2003 2004
3   Deidt 1947 1948 1949  
  Eagle 1968 1973 1975
  McLaren 1972 1974 1976
  Lola 1966 1978 1990
2   Peugeot 1913 1916  
  Frontenac 1920 1921
  Stevens 1931 1936
  Maserati 1939 1940
  Salih 1957 1958
  Colt 1970 1971
  Coyote 1967 1977
  Reynard 1995 1996
1   Marmon 1911  
  National 1912
  Delage 1914
  Mercedes 1915
  Premier 1919
  Summers 1930
  Shaw 1937
  Adams 1946
  Kuzma 1952
  Trevis 1961
  Lotus 1965
  Brawner Hawk 1969
  Chaparral 1980
  Wildcat 1982
  Galmer 1992
* Chassis mandatory for all entries, 2012 — present

EnginesEdit

Wins Engine Victories
27   Offenhauser 1935 1937 1941 1947 1948
1949 1950 1951 1952 1953
1954 1955 1956 1957 1958
1959 1960 1961 1962 1963
1964 1968 1972 1973 1974
1975 1976  
12   Miller 1922 1923 1926 1928 1929
1930 1931 1932 1933 1934
1936 1938  
  Honda 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008
2009 2010 2011 2012 2014
2016 2017  
11   Chevrolet 1988 1989 1990 1991 1992
1993 2002 2013 2015 2018
2019  
10   Cosworth 1978 1979 1980 1981 1982
1983 1984 1985 1986 1987
8   Ford* 1965 1966 1967 1969 1970
1971 1995 1996  
5   Oldsmobile 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001
3   Duesenberg 1924 1925 1927  
  Peugeot 1913 1916 1919  
2   Frontenac 1920 1921  
  Maserati 1939 1940  
  Mercedes-Benz 1915 1994  
1   Marmon 1911  
  National 1912
  Delage 1914
Sparks 1946
  Foyt 1977
  Toyota 2003
* 1995 and 1996 races won by engines developed by Cosworth but badged as
"Ford-Cosworth" and nominally considered Ford Motor Company products;
thus counted as Ford entries, in accordance with a 1992 arrangement
mirroring that of "Ford-Cosworth" Formula One engines.

TiresEdit

Wins Tire Victories
70 F 1911 1913 1920 1921 1922 1923 1924 1925 1926 1927
1928 1929 1930 1931 1932 1933 1934 1935 1936 1937
1938 1939 1940 1941 1946 1947 1948 1949 1950 1951
1952 1953 1954 1955 1956 1957 1958 1959 1960 1961
1962 1963 1964 1965 1966 1969 1970 1971 1996 1997
2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009
2010 2011 2012 2013 2014 2015 2016 2017 2018 2019
29 G 1919 1967 1968 1972 1973 1974 1975 1976 1977 1978
1979 1980 1981 1982 1983 1984 1985 1986 1987 1988
1989 1990 1991 1992 1993 1994 1995 1998 1999  
2 BF 1915 1916  
1 M 1912  
P 1914

MiscellaneaEdit

Winning starting positionsEdit

Entries starting from the first row have won 43 of the 102 races held so far, 42.157 percent.

ChronologicalEdit

1910s Pos.   1920s Pos.   1930s Pos.   1940s Pos.   1950s Pos.   1960s Pos.   1970s Pos.   1980s Pos.   1990s Pos.   2000s Pos.   2010s Pos.
1911 28 1921 20 1931 13 1941 17 1951 2 1961 7 1971 5 1981 1 1991 1 2001 11 2011 6
1912 7 1922 1 1932 27 1942 1952 7 1962 2 1972 3 1982 5 1992 12 2002 13 2012 16
1913 7 1923 1 1933 6 1943 1953 1 1963 1 1973 11 1983 4 1993 9 2003 10 2013 12
1914 15 1924 21 1934 10 1944 1954 19 1964 5 1974 25 1984 3 1994 1 2004 1 2014 19
1915 2 1925 12 1935 22 1945 1955 14 1965 2 1975 3 1985 8 1995 5 2005 16 2015 15
1916 4 1926 15 1936 28 1946 15 1956 1 1966 15 1976 1 1986 4 1996 5 2006 1 2016 11
1917 1927 22 1937 2 1947 3 1957 13 1967 4 1977 4 1987 20 1997 1 2007 3 2017 4
1918 1928 13 1938 1 1948 3 1958 7 1968 3 1978 5 1988 1 1998 17 2008 1 2018 3
1919 2 1929 6 1939 3 1949 4 1959 6 1969 2 1979 1 1989 3 1999 8 2009 1 2019 1
1920 6 1930 1 1940 2 1950 5 1960 2 1970 1 1980 1 1990 3 2000 2 2010 3 2020  

By starting positionEdit

Pos. Wins Years:
1
(Pole)
21 1922 1923 1930 1938 1953 1956 1963 1970 1976 1979
1980 1981 1988 1991 1994 1997 2004 2006 2008 2009
2019  
2 11 1915 1919 1925 1937 1940 1951 1960 1962 1965 1969
2000  
3 12 1939 1947 1948 1968 1972 1975 1984 1989 1990 2007
2010 2018  
4 7 1916 1949 1967 1977 1983 1986 2017  
5 7 1950 1964 1971 1978 1982 1995 1996  
6 5 1920 1929 1933 1959 2011  
7 5 1912 1913 1952 1958 1961  
8 2 1985 1999  
9 1 1993  
10 2 1934 2003  
11 3 1973 2001 2016  
12 2 1992 2013  
13 4 1928 1931 1957 2002  
14 1 1955  
15 4 1914 1946 1966 2015  
16 2 2005 2012  
17 2 1941 1998  
18 0 (Best finish, second: 1920, 2009, 2010)
19 2 1954 2014  
20 3 1921 1926 1987  
21 1 1924  
22 2 1927 1935  
23 0 (Best finish, second: 1933)
24 0 (Best finish, fourth: 1967, 1969, 1972, 1995, 2009)
25 1 1974  
26 0 (Best finish, third: 1956, 1960)
27 1 1932  
28 2 1911 1936  
29 0 (Best finish, second: 1911, 2002)
30 0 (Best finish, fourth: 1936)
31 0 (Best finish, fourth: 1951)
32 0 (Best finish, second: 1957, 1981)
33 0 (Best finish, second: 1980, 1992)
34-42 0

Winning car numbersEdit

ChronologicalEdit

1910's No.   1920's No.   1930's No.   1940's No.   1950's No.   1960's No.   1970's No.   1980's No.   1990's No.   2000's No.   2010's No.
1911 32 1921 2 1931 23 1941 16 1951 99 1961 1 1971 1 1981 3 1991 3 2001 68 2011 98
1912 8 1922 35 1932 34 1942 1952 98 1962 3 1972 66 1982 20 1992 3 2002 3 2012 50
1913 16 1923 1 1933 36 1943 1953 14 1963 98 1973 20 1983 5 1993 4 2003 6 2013 11
1914 16 1924 15 1934 7 1944 1954 14 1964 1 1974 3 1984 6 1994 31 2004 15 2014 28
1915 2 1925 12 1935 5 1945 1955 6 1965 82 1975 48 1985 5 1995 27 2005 26 2015 2
1916 17 1926 15 1936 8 1946 16 1956 8 1966 24 1976 2 1986 3 1996 91 2006 6 2016 98
1917 1927 32 1937 6 1947 27 1957 9 1967 14 1977 14 1987 25 1997 5 2007 27 2017 26
1918 1928 14 1938 23 1948 3 1958 1 1968 3 1978 2 1988 5 1998 51 2008 9 2018 12
1919 3 1929 2 1939 2 1949 7 1959 5 1969 2 1979 9 1989 20 1999 14 2009 3 2019 22
1920 4 1930 4 1940 1 1950 1 1960 4 1970 2 1980 4 1990 30 2000 9 2010 10 2020  

By NumberEdit

  • The race winners in 1975, 1999, 2010 and 2012 were all entitled to have car number 1 as defending series champions, but chose not to use it.

NotesEdit

  • a De Palma is usually shown as American, but his application for a United States passport (available at [1]) reveals that he did not become a US citizen until 1920.
  • b   Resta was an Italian-born naturalized Briton.
  • c The 1916 race was scheduled for 300 miles.
  • d   Chevrolet was French-born and held Swiss citizenship. It is uncertain if he became a United States citizen before his death.
  • e Corum started the 1924 race in the car. During the race, Boyer took over in relief and drove the car to victory. As a result, the two drivers were declared co-winners.
  • f Davis started the 1941 race in the car. During the race, Rose took over in relief and drove the car to victory. As a result, the two drivers were declared co-winners.
  • g   Robson was born in the United Kingdom, emigrated first to Canada and then to the United States. He became a United States citizen in 1937.
  • h   Andretti was an Italian-born naturalized American.
  • i The 2013 race holds the record for the fastest average speed.
  • j   Gil de Ferran was French born.
  • k Mauri Rose was co-winner with Floyd Davis in 1941.

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