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Did Juan Pablo Montoya win Le Mans?

Did Juan Pablo Montoya win Le Mans?

Juan Pablo Montoya and the Triple Crown There are two schools of thought on what constitutes the Triple Crown of motor sports: many go with the Indianapolis 500, 24 Hours of Le Mans and Monaco Grand Prix, while others go with Indy, Le Mans and the F1 season championship. Montoya has won Indy and Monaco.

When did Juan Pablo Montoya win the Indy 500?

Juan Pablo Montoya won the Indy 500 in 2000, his rookie season, and in 2015. He has competed in the race 6 times.

What is the fastest lap in F1 history?

The fastest ever qualifying lap in Formula 1 was recorded by Lewis Hamilton at the 2020 Italian Grand Prix, where he completed the pole lap at an average speed of 264.363km/h. The fastest ever race also took place at Monza, with Michael Schumacher winning the 2003 Italian Grand Prix at an average speed of 247.586km/h.

Why did Montoya leave F1?

Juan Pablo Montoya Presumably eager to race at the Indianapolis Motor Speedway on a more regular basis, the Colombian announced he would leave F1 at the end of 2006 to race in NASCAR, but McLaren shoved him out the door, releasing Montoya from his contract with eight rounds of the season remaining.

Has Montoya won Indy 500?

Montoya won in 2015 for his second Indy 500 victory in three career starts.

How many F1 races Montoya won?

His race wins include the Indianapolis 500 (2000, 2015), Monaco Grand Prix (2003), 24 Hours of Daytona (2007, 2008, 2013), British Grand Prix (2005), Italian Grand Prix (2001, 2005), Grand Prix of Long Beach (1999), and the Race of Champions (2017)….

Juan Pablo Montoya
Championships 0
Wins 7
Podiums 30
Career points 307

How many NASCAR races did Montoya win?

The Juan Pablo Montoya file: * NASCAR Cup career: Seven full-time seasons (2007-2013) – two wins, 24 top-five and 59 top-10 finishes; also made two starts in 2014 for Roger Penske at Michigan and Brickyard 400.

What’s the fastest F1 car in a straight line?

Valtteri Bottas currently holds the record for the highest speed in an F1 race, hitting 372.5km/h (231.4mph) in the 2016 Mexican Grand Prix. While this is certainly fast, F1 cars aren’t quite the fastest single-seaters – that accolade goes to IndyCar.