The No. 98 Connects Marco Andretti To Parnelli Jones

98 US Concrete/Curb Honda on the pole Sunday for the 104th Indianapolis 500, it created a historical connection to one of the great cars in Indy 500 history. 98 won the pole was in 1963, when Parnelli Jones put his Calhoun into the No. Jones drove the front-engine Roadster to victory that year for his only Indianapolis 500 triumph. It’s great to see Marco on the pole and carry on a family tradition at Indy.”. Andretti won the pole with a four-lap average of 231.068 mph around the 2.5-mile Indianapolis Motor Speedway. That knocked Dixon off the pole after the Chip Ganassi Racing driver ran a four-lap average of 231.051 mph.

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