Penske History 6: A NASCAR Superteam

After competing in NASCAR's premier series for six years, winning four races with Mark Donohue and Bobby Allison, Penske Racing sold its Mercuries to young Bill Elliott and concentrated on racing Indy Cars for the next 15 years. Find out more at www.alltelracing.com

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Penske Games 4: Draw a Racecar...Blindfolded
Draw a racecar...blindfolded. Seems simple enough? Ask Brad Keselowski, Simon Pagenaud official, Joey Logano, Josef Newgarden, Ryan Blaney, Helio Castroneves or Will Power. Whose was your favorite? #PenskeGames





Penske History 7: Home of NASCAR driver Ryan Newman
A look at Penske Racing - Home of NASCAR drivers Ryan Newman and Kurt Busch. Find out more at www.alltelracing.com





Penske History 5: The Road to NASCAR
While Penske Racing is currently one of the leading NASCAR NEXTEL Cup Series operations with drivers Ryan Newman and Kurt Busch, team owner Roger Penske has a long heritage in NASCAR. Penske won in his only NASCAR race as a driver, in 1963, and he also won NEXTEL Cup Series races with drivers Mark Donohue and Bobby Allison. After leaving stock cars in 1977, Penske Racing returned for two races in 1980, with Rusty Wallace finishing second in his first NASCAR race. That set the foundation for Penske South and Wallace joining NASCAR in 1991.





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 www.alltelracing.com




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