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Brown: We have 3 of 15 cars capable of winning Indy

McLaren Racing Chief Executive Zak Brown believes that Juan Pablo Montoya brings more than just experience to the paddock at the Indianapolis 500 and makes his teammates better because of his ability to speak up. Montoya, a two-time Indianapolis 500 champion who will make his return to the race on Sunday for the first time since 2017, will pilot the third Arrow McLaren SP Chevrolet to team up with full-time drivers Pato O'Ward and Felix Rosenqvist. The 45-year-old Montoya, no stranger to McLaren Racing as he raced for the team in Formula 1 in 2005 and 2006, has loads of experience, is intensely competitive and comfortable offering feedback that O'Ward and Rosenqvist were unable to...
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