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Juan Pablo Montoya
Motorsports racing driver
Juan Pablo Montoya has been considered one of the top racing drivers of his era, breaking multiple records, winning the most prestigious races in the world and testing, developing and creating technology with the top racing teams in the planet.
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Juan Pablo Montoya's 2023 biography
Juan Pablo Montoya’s background
Juan Pablo Montoya is a Columbian racing driver, who raced for Williams (for 4 seasons) and McLaren (for 1 season). He currently competes in the Weather Tech Sports Car Championship, driving for Acura Meyer Shank Racing, having won the championship in 2019 with Team Penske. He won the International F3000 championship in 1998, the CART FedEx Championship Series in 1999 in his debut year in the series, and the IMSA Weather Tech Sports Car Championship in 2019.
His race wins include the Indianapolis 500 (2000, 2015), Monaco Grand Prix (2003), 24 Hours of Daytona (2007, 2008, 2013), British Grand Prix (2005), Italian Grand Prix (2001, 2005), Grand Prix of Long Beach (1999), and the Race of Champions (2017). Montoya is, alongside Fernando Alonso, one of only two active drivers who have won two legs of the Triple Crown of Motorsport in its more recent definition. Montoya also equals Mario Andretti and Dan Gurney by winning races in Indy cars, Formula One cars and NASCAR Cup cars.
In October 2009, Montoya was ranked 30th on Times Online list of the Top 50 Formula One drivers of all time.
Juan Pablo Montoya's 2023 speaking fees
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