Texas Motor Speedway personnel pull A.J. Foyt, center, away from driver Arie Luyendyk in Victory Lane after the conclusion of the 1997 True Value 500. Luyendyk finished third, but complained that he deserved the victory because of a scorer’s error. He tried charging into Victory Lane and was knocked down by Foyt.
Texas Motor Speedway personnel pull A.J. Foyt, center, away from driver Arie Luyendyk in Victory Lane after the conclusion of the 1997 True Value 500. Luyendyk finished third, but complained that he deserved the victory because of a scorer’s error. He tried charging into Victory Lane and was knocked down by Foyt. DARRELL BYERS Star-Telegram archives
Texas Motor Speedway personnel pull A.J. Foyt, center, away from driver Arie Luyendyk in Victory Lane after the conclusion of the 1997 True Value 500. Luyendyk finished third, but complained that he deserved the victory because of a scorer’s error. He tried charging into Victory Lane and was knocked down by Foyt. DARRELL BYERS Star-Telegram archives

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