• Progression at Pocono: JPM Takes First Win Since His Return to Open-Wheel Racing


    Posted 22 days ago by Oakley

    All along Juan Pablo Montoya has been saying “I’m a work in progress,” and last weekend at Pocono Raceway in Pennsylvania, that progress was evident as JPM confidently returned to Victory Lane in an IndyCar.

  • Foreshadowing: Juan Pablo Montoya’s Return to IndyCar is a Fresh Start


    Posted 7 months ago by Andrew De Lara

    The fact is, Juan Pablo Montoya is one of the most talented racers on the planet. Not many drivers throughout history can boast of wins in IndyCar, Formula One, CART and stock car racing (NASCAR). What’s more, JP is one of only two active demons behind the wheel that have claimed two legs of the ‘Triple Crown of Motorsport’ – claiming victories in both the Indianapolis 500 and the ultra prestigious Monaco Grand Prix. If that’s not badass in itself, what is? But looking at the past few seasons in America’s beloved NASCAR series, it has been easy to forget that someone with as much international fame and pedigree has been gracing Sprint Cup’s ovals/tracks every week.

  • Montoya's Breakthrough Win


    Posted about 7 years ago by Staff Writer

    Juan Pablo Montoya scores first premier series NASCAR victory

Juan Pablo Montoya

Date of Birth:
September 20, 1975
Bogota, Columbia
Target, EarnHardt Ganassi Racing, Polaroid, Lysol, Dove, Amp, Glad, Planters, Energizer, Tums, GE, Lexar, Purina, Memorex, Gillette
Computer Games, Snowboarding, Wind Surfing and Golf

Career Highlights

    • 2008 two top five, three top ten, and seven top 15 Finishes
    • 2007 NASCAR Finished 20th Overall
    • 2007 NASCAR Rookie of the Year
    • Won first career race at Infineon after starting 32nd
    • Compiled three top-fives and six top-10s
    • Started and finished second at Brickyard 400
    • Won Mexico race in NASCAR Nationwide Series
    • Won 24 Hours of Daytona, with S. Pruett and S. Duran