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Indy champions Rodger Ward and Parnelli Jones talk candidly of the exhausting demands and lethal dangers of America's biggest, richest and most brutal auto race, the 500.
June 08, 1964 | Bob Ottum
Doughty A.J. Foyt (below) won his second Indianapolis 500 on iron nerve and matchless skill after a fiery calamity that took the lives of two drivers; the ill luck was persistent, reducing the field to a brave few
June 26, 1961 | Charles Goren
A few days before last month's Indianapolis 500-mile auto race, Rodger Ward, winner in 1959 and second in 1960, was visibly nervous. His trouble, however, was not the forthcoming race. He was on television playing...
April 11, 1960 | Art White
Forty cars started in the California Grand Prix but only 16, led by cool Carroll Shelby, managed to last to the end
August 03, 1959 | Joseph Raff
Driving a mere midget, Rodger Ward clobbered the biggest cars at Lime Rock