Friday favourite: The “open-minded” Indy champion who gave his team-mate an edge

When the Galles and Kraco Indycar teams merged for the 1990 season, it thrust two of the championships’s top driving talents into partnership.
Al Unser Jr had largely spent his open-wheel career with Galles and Doug Shierson’s teams driving as single-car operations – his only team-mates had been part-timers Pancho Carter and Tom Gloy in 1984 – and so it came as a culture shock to be working …Keep reading Source

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