The 2015 Indianapolis 500 has drawn to a close, and Juan Pablo Montoya has taken home the victory for the second time in his long career.
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Montoya has been racing in the Indy 500 since 2000, which was when he won his first race. It’s only fitting that Montoya has won his first race and his most recent race.
The 39-year-old has not announced any intention to step away from racing, but it’s likely only a matter of time considering his age.
He is the 19th driver in history to win the Indy 500 twice.
Montoya was involved in a close race with Will Power and Scott Dixon as they were all in the top three and traded spots over the last dozen laps of the race.
The champion did not have an easy road to the title though, as he had an accident that caused his wing to get damaged.
Luckily, his crew was able to fix his vehicle before he rallied in a slow and steady fashion to win the race.