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In 1988 Penske Racing did something that no other team had ever done at Indianapolis - they put three cars on the front row.

They 'sort of' repeated the feat the following year. Three Penske PC18's graced the front row, but only the top two spots belonged to Penske. Rick Mears won his fifth of what would eventaully be six Indy 500 poles and Al Unser Sr. captured his fourth front row start. The third PC18 was entered by Patrick Racing and driver Emerson Fittipaldi. Penske's third driver, Danny Sullivan, who was coming off a championship season, crashed and broke his arm in practice. In a very uncharacteristic race, none of the Penske entered cars finished, but their 'car' still ended up in Victory Lane in the hands of Emerson Fittipaldi.

 

 

 

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1989 Pennzoil Penske PC-18

Driver: Rick Mears

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Designed for use with Calvin Sallee's 1/25 scale PC18 conversion for the AMT Penske PC17 kits. This sheet is available in configuration for the Indy 500 (second picture) or Mears win at Laguna Seca (top photo). Available in a variety of scales. Tobacco markings are NOT included.

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