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British star joins Jim Clark and Graham Hill in the history books
Dan Wheldon has inscribed his name in racing history alongside motorsport legends Jim Clark and Graham Hill by becoming only the third British driver to win the Indianapolis 500.
Wheldon, 26, came from 16th on the grid in his Andretti Green Racing Dallara-Honda to win the self-proclaimed 'biggest race in the world' on May 29. It was his fourth victory in five races this season, putting him on course to become the first driver since Jacques Villeneuve in 1995 to win the Indy 500 and an Indycar series title in the same year.