Profit Key ($4.60), with Jose Santos in the saddle, pulled away from Country Day in the stretch to win the Peter Pan Stakes by 6� lengths, at Belmont Park. The 3-year-old colt ran the 1? miles in 1:47[1/5] and earned $106,560.
MOTOR SPORTS—ARIE LUYENDYK, in a Lola-Chevrolet, defeated Bobby Rahal, also in a Lola-Chevrolet, by 10.7 seconds to win the Indianapolis 500. Luyendyk ran the 200 laps of the 2.5-mile Indianapolis Motor Speedway oval at an average speed of 185.984 mph, breaking Rahal's record of 170.722 mph set four years ago (page 34).
Rusty Wallace, driving a Pontiac, ended a season-long slump by beating Bill Elliott, in a Ford, by less than one second to win NASCAR's longest event, in Concord, N.C. Wallace averaged 137.65 mph for the 400 laps of the 1.5-mile oval at the Charlotte Motor Speedway. He earned $151,000 for his first victory since last September.
Ayrton Senna, in a McLaren- Honda, fought off a late charge by Jean Alesi, in a Tyrrell-Ford, to win the Monaco Grand Prix by 1.087 seconds. Senna won the event for the third time in four years by averaging 85.83 mph for 78 laps around the 2.06-mile Monte Carlo road course.
ROAD RACING—JUDI ST. HILAIRE of the U.S. defeated Dorthe Rasmussen of Denmark by 10 seconds to win a 10-km event in New York City. St. Hilaire's time was 32:36.
SAILING—Steinlager 2, captained by PETER BLAKE of New Zealand, won the 32,900-mile Whitbread Round the World Race by more than 35 hours over another New Zealand yacht, Fisher & Paykel, skippered by Grant Dalton. The victorious 84-foot ketch completed the circumnavigation in 128 days, 9 hours, 40 minutes and 30 seconds.
TENNIS—STEVE BRYAN of Texas defeated Jason Netter of UCLA 6-3, 6-4 for the NCAA men's singles title, at Indian Wells, Calif. STANFORD beat Tennessee 5-2 to win its third team crown (page 68).
Barbara Paulus came back from a first-set loss to triumph over Helen Kelesi 2-6, 7-5, 7-6 and win the European Open championship in Geneva. She earned $27,000 for the victory.
Mercedes Paz easily overcame Ann Grossman 6-2, 6-3 to win a women's tour event and $27,000 in Strasbourg, France.
MILEPOSTS—FINED: By the NBA, Detroit Piston center JAMES EDWARDS, $3,500, for slapping Chicago Bull forward Ed Nealy during a game on May 22.