While it might take him a few some-more good years of tough racing, a New Zealander could eventually compare or transcend a series’ all-time winningest driver: A.J. Foyt. Super Tex, as his friends and fans call him, now dominates a charts with a whopping 67 competition wins, with 4 of them holding place during a mythological Indy 500.
One of Dixon’s strategies over a years has been to fly underneath a radar, oftentimes fibbing low and distinguished usually when it depends a most. Of course, his mental and earthy stamina have played a vital purpose in a champ’s success, something that could be witnessed during a 248-lap Texas competition that valid to be no compare for a Kiwi’s aptness notwithstanding a high temperatures. At 37 years of age, Dixon is one of IndyCar’s fittest drivers and is, perhaps, a best prepared for transitions such as a exhausting Indy 500, a rough Detroit Double, and a marathon-like Texas 600.