Roger Penske's Racing History - Part 2

Part 2: Before becoming a winner in Indy Car and NASCAR competition, Penske Racing dominated the American sports car scene. In this installment, Roger Penske laid the foundation for his race team by hiring Mark Donohue. The pair won the 1969 Rolex 24 At Daytona and captured USRRC, Trans-Am and Can-Am championships, paving the way for Penske Racing's move into Indy Car and NASCAR. See more at

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Keynote with Roger S. Penske & Joe Nocera
Joe Nocera of the New York Times speaks with Roger Penske of Penske Corporation about the economy, leadership, and mid-sized businesses at Leading from the Middle: the 2011 National Middle Market Summit.

Roger Penske's Racing History - Part 1
Part 1: Exploring Roger Penske's early racing history. Hosted by Pete Pistone. See more at

Penske History 3: The Road Leads to Indy
After enjoying success in various sports car series, Roger Penske's attention turned to Indy Cars when driver Mark Donohue was invited to drive in a race by a leading team. While Penske made Donohue decline, he purchased an Indy Car. Donohue went on to win Rookie of the Year honors at Indianapolis in 1969 and won the 1972 Indianapolis 500 — the first of 14 triumphs at the Brickyard for Penske Racing. See more at

Can-Am Tribute : 1966-1970 The Can-Am (Canadian-American) Series ran from 1966-1974, and was enormously popular due to the fact that engine size was unrestricted, and chassis and body designs were unlimited. Innovations such as high pedestal rear wings, ground effects, titanium chassis, multi-engined cars, and many other experimental designs made this racing series very exciting. On top of all the innovations and creativity was great side-by-side racing, with some of the greatest drivers in history.