Danny Sullivan's 1991 Indy car

Danny Sullivan's 1991 Indy car


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In 1991, American race car driver Danny Sullivan (born March 9, 1950) drove the Patrick Racing team's #20 Alfa Romeo-powered Lola in the CART PPG Indy Car World Series. The veteran driver finished 11th in the season points standings with a best finish of 4th place in the season opening race in Australia.

Sullivan's career lasted from 1982-95. He won 17 career races and the 1988 season championship. He is best known for this "Spin & Win" in the 1985 Indy 500, in which he did a 360 degree spin just after taking the lead from Mario Andretti. He spun without damaging the car and recovered to win the race. He also competed in one Formula 1 season with the Benetton Tyrrell team in 1983.

After his driving career ended, he worked as a television commentator for ABC and ESPN.
In 1991, American race car driver Danny Sullivan (born March 9, 1950) drove the Patrick Racing team's #20 Alfa Romeo-powered Lola in the CART PPG Indy Car World Series. The veteran driver finished 11th in the season points standings with a best finish of 4th place in the season opening race in Australia.

Sullivan's career lasted from 1982-95. He won 17 career races and the 1988 season championship. He is best known for this "Spin & Win" in the 1985 Indy 500, in which he did a 360 degree spin just after taking the lead from Mario Andretti. He spun without damaging the car and recovered to win the race. He also competed in one Formula 1 season with the Benetton Tyrrell team in 1983.

After his driving career ended, he worked as a television commentator for ABC and ESPN.
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By: milwhcky

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