Juan Pablo Montoya

Juan Pablo Montoya

1975-09-20 (age 46)

Dixon wins at Phoenix to tie Al Unser for fourth on all-time list

Reigning champion Scott Dixon won the Phoenix Grand Prix in the series' return to Phoenix International Raceway following an 11-year absence

Phoenix Grand Prix fast facts and prerace quotes

Three drivers will make their first Indy car oval start this weekend at Phoenix - Max Chilton, Luca Filippi and Alexander Rossi.

Top 10 photos of the week: 2016-03-16

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Montoya: “We can get a lot of wins this year”

Juan Pablo Montoya said today’s victory at St. Petersburg proved that Team Penske had bounced back from the disappointment of losing the championship last August.

Montoya clinches second straight St. Petersburg win

Juan Pablo Montoya passed his Penske teammate Simon Pagenaud and off-strategy Conor Daly to take the lead and never look back in today’s Grand Prix of St. Petersburg.

Chevrolet ready for 2016 IndyCar series season-opening event on the streets of St. Petersburg

2016 marks second season for the Chevrolet-specific Aero Kit powered by the Chevy 2.2-liter V6 twin-turbo direct injected engine

Paul Tracy: “Ganassi is focused on Dixon; Penske drivers beat themselves”

Former CART champion and now NBC Sports Network’s much respected IndyCar commentator, Paul Tracy, gave David Malsher his views on the 2016 Verizon IndyCar Series season, one month out from Round 1.

Helio Castroneves: “Trust me, Phoenix is going to be amazing”

All four Team Penske drivers ended the Chevrolet test at Phoenix International Raceway stating that the mile-long oval could produce one of the best spectacles in the IndyCar Series schedule.

Penske and Montoya receive “Baby Borgs” in Detroit

BorgWarner commemorate Roger Penske’s 16th Indy 500 win as a team owner and Juan Pablo Montoya’s second as a driver.

Why Montoya will be a title contender again

The evergreen and versatile Juan Pablo Montoya is driven by sheer passion but blends it with experience and wisdom.

Top Stories of 2015; #13: Montoya and Dixon tie in frantic IndyCar title decider

If he spent much of the 2014 IndyCar season blowing off the rust from years of NASCAR, Juan Pablo Montoya showed a little more of his swashbuckling temperament in 2015.

Q&A with the man behind Chevrolet's triumphant IndyCar return

Chris Berube, Chevrolet’s IndyCar program manager for the last four years, reflects on the Bowtie’s statistical dominance since returning to the sport and picks his favorite victories.

Top 10 photos of the week: 2015-12-16

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Montoya reveals second “face” on Borg-Warner Trophy

Juan Pablo Montoya, the winner of 99th Indy 500, has marked his second victory in the event with an unveiling at Indy’s museum.

Analysis: Why Penske didn't win the Sprint Cup and IndyCar titles

With the offseason for all major American motorsports now in full swing, I got to thinking about the battle for the NASCAR Sprint Cup and IndyCar titles and more precisely, why Penske's drivers failed to win either after such impressive seasons.

Tatiana Calderon: “It was exciting to have Montoya helping me!”

In her latest Motorsport.com column, Tatiana Calderon looks back on a memorable weekend in the MRF Challenge series in Bahrain, where she was joined by her idol Juan Pablo Montoya.

WEC waves farewell to Wurz, would welcome Montoya

As Alex Wurz raced into retirement with a podium in Bahrain, Juan Pablo Montoya made his LMP1 test debut. Charles Bradley was there to watch it all.

Montoya leads the way in Bahrain rookie test

Double Indy 500 champion Juan Pablo Montoya topped the time after five hours of FIA WEC rookie testing in Bahrain on Sunday.

Montoya says Le Mans attempt “would be cool”

Two-time Indy 500 winner and former F1 star Juan Pablo Montoya is open to an attempt at the Le Mans 24 Hours, but says he would only do so with a potentially race-winning team and car like the factory Porsche squad.

Montoya: Porsche LMP1 is so good “it’s shocking”

IndyCar star Juan Pablo Montoya has described his first taste of the WEC championship-winning Porsche 919 Hybrid as “a helluva toy”.

Porsche confirms date for Montoya LMP1 test

Porsche has confirmed that IndyCar driver Juan Pablo Montoya will test with Le Mans 24 Hours champion team next month.

Power almost entered Bathurst 1000 with Montoya this year

IndyCar stars Will Power and Juan Pablo Montoya almost competed at this year’s Bathurst 1000 in a Penske-run Wildcard entry.

“We just need to refine, not change,” says Penske president

Tim Cindric says circumstances, not performance, was to blame for IndyCar championship near-miss

Porsche to hold out for Hulkenberg despite F1/Le Mans clash

Porsche is ready to hold out for Formula 1’s 2016 calendar to be officially ratified before deciding if it needs to find a replacement for Nico Hulkenberg in its Le Mans line-up.

Top 10 IndyCar drivers of 2015, pt. 2

Following the assessment of positions 10 through 6 in our Top 10 of the season, the countdown concludes with the top five… any one of whom could have been a worthy champion.

IndyCar star Juan Pablo Montoya to test LMP1 Porsche

Reigning Indy 500 champion Juan Pablo Montoya is set to test a Porsche 919 Hybrid LMP1 car before the end of the year.

A thrilling end to a roller coaster season for IndyCar

Looking back on the 2015 Verizon IndyCar Series season...

Power, Montoya take aim at INDYCAR after frustrating finale

Both Juan Pablo Montoya and Will Power were not happy with the sanctioning body after the finale, but for different reasons.

Chevrolet wins 2015 IndyCar Series Manufacturer Championship

Title is fourth consecutive for the Chevrolet IndyCar program

Title contenders prepare for one final showdown

Double points at Sonoma means that six drivers have a shot at the crown going into the final race of the 2015 season.

Will Power takes Sonoma pole

Will Power and Josef Newgarden will share the front row for the IndyCar season finale at Sonoma Raceway.

Montoya chasers know what they must do

All five drivers trailing leader Juan Pablo Montoya realize their chances are slim.

Tristan Vautier penalized for Rahal crash

Tristan Vautier and Graham Rahal collided on Lap 93, leading to an avoidable contact penalty for the Dale Coyne Racing driver.

Top 10 photos of the week: 2015-08-26

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IndyCar's future at Pocono still up in the air

Motorsport.com spoke one-on-one with Pocono Raceway president and CEO Brandon Igdalsky about the uncertain future of IndyCar at the superspeedway.

Castroneves leads Penske 1-2-3 in qualifying

The fourth Team Penske car and championship leader Juan Pablo Montoya will start the 500-miler down in 19th position.

IndyCar title fight is down to the final two races

Just two races - one triangular superspeedway and one road course - remain in the 2015

Mid-Ohio IndyCar: Rahal boosts title hopes with win

Graham Rahal gave his Verizon IndyCar Series title hopes a massive boost with an opportunist victory at Mid-Ohio, closing the gap significantly to Juan Pablo Montoya.

Scott Dixon tops practice at Mid-Ohio for Ganassi

Ganassi Racing’s Scott Dixon topped the timesheets following the opening two practice sessions at Mid-Ohio.

Championship leader Montoya crashes out at Iowa

The championship outlook has changed, but the Colombian maintains control at the top.

Chip Ganassi Racing tops Iowa Practice speed charts

Tony Kanaan, who has earned podium finishes in the past five races at Iowa Speedway, posted the fastest lap of 17.7544 seconds (181.273 mph).

Recent history says Montoya won't win the title

But who needs to pay attention to history when you've had a season like his?

Bourdais dominates at Milwaukee

Even with fresh tires, Helio Castroneves and Graham Rahal couldn't challenge the eventual race winner.

Rahal, Power among those penalized after Fontana

Four drivers and three teams have been penalized after last weekend's MAVTV 500.

High-intensity pack racing infuriates some, enthralls others

The 500-mile contest at Auto Club Speedway provided some spectacular racing, scary accidents and ignited a heated debate over pack racing and its place in IndyCar.

Power aces Toronto qualifying in Penske 1-2-3

Will Power will start Sunday’s Toronto IndyCar race from pole position, ahead of Penske teammates Simon Pagenaud and Juan Pablo Montoya.

Points leader Montoya fastest in Practice 1

Simon Pagenaud was second on the practice time chart.

Texas win could signal another second-half surge for Dixon

Is this the emergence of another Scott Dixon second-half surge?

Race results of the Firestone 600 at Texas Motor Speedway

Results of the Firestone 600 Verizon IndyCar Series event on the 1.455-mile Texas Motor Speedway.

The redemption of Juan Pablo Montoya

The path to his Indy 500 win began on the back course of Sebring in 2013.

Top 10 photos of the week: 2015-05-27

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15 years later and Montoya is still just as formidable

Few can take a 14 year hiatus from a racing discipline and come back just as good (or maybe better) than they were before.

Montoya: After Dixon passed me, "I thought we were screwed"

Juan Pablo Montoya is already looking towards what's next after his second Indy 500 triumph.

Indianapolis 500 top five dominated by Rolex 24 winners

Experience in sports cars could have led to success in IndyCar’s longest race.

Montoya's genius on an epic race weekend

The magic of Monaco and Montoya's dazzling Indy 500 win

Will Power just misses out on Indy 500 glory

Will Power was forced to settle for second in a Team Penske 1-2 at Indy.

Juan Pablo Montoya wins 2015 Indianapolis 500

Juan Pablo Montoya has won the 99th running of the Indy 500.