Eight Laps from Glory

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2017 WAS A YEAR OF ON-TRACK GROWTH FOR MAX CHILTON AND GALLAGHER

And then it happened. On a restart on Lap 84, Max Chilton surged past Will Power and found himself leading the 101st running of the Indianapolis 500. Although that lead was short-lived, Chilton later passed Ganassi teammate Charlie Kimball on Lap 147, and led an amazing 50 laps in total before finishing just off the podium in fourth place – a career best. What a day for the 26 year-old Brit and his Gallagher No. 8 car.