As boss shows his own endurance, Team Penske cars stay in hunt at Rolex 24

Penske, who holds the record with 17 Indianapolis 500 victories, is attempting to stay awake throughout the entire Rolex 24 at Daytona, the endurance sports car race that started Saturday afternoon at Daytona International Speedway.
“He’s been standing since the start of the race,” said Juan Pablo Montoya, who had one of two Team Penske Acuras cars in the lead in the opening hours of the race.
Penske’s other opening-stint driver, Ricky Taylor, also marveled at the boss’ endurance.
The possibility of rain and an uncertain forecast hung over the remaining hours of the race, but Taylor said Team Penske didn’t have plans for major changes to counteract wet weather.

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