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Roger Penske took the Indianapolis establishment by surprise when he showed up for the 1994 Indianapolis 500 with a car powered by a new Mercedes pushrod engine designed to take advantage of the rather generous rules for pushrod engines. It had been approximately 80 years since a pushrod engine had won at Indy, but the Penske cars were untouchable, supposedly hitting over 250mph on the straightaways. Al Unser Jr. won the pole position and he and team mate Emerson Fittipaldi dominated the race. In the late stages, Fittipaldi had nearly a lap lead on Unser but lost control in turn four and crashed out of the lead, allowing Unser to cruise to his second win.

 

 

 

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1994 Penske PC-18

Driver: Al Unser Jr.

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Designed for use with Bill Jorgensen's 1/25 scale PC23 resin kit. Available in a variety of other scales. Tobacco markings not included. Available as full set (as pictured), or dayglo markings only (outlined area).

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