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INDIANAPOLIS (AP) -- Dario Franchitti's first win at Indianapolis, in 2007, made him more than just Ashley Judd's husband.
His second win, in 2010, was about pure dominance - he led 155 of the 200 laps.
This year's victory was about standing among the all-time greats. He earned $2,474,280 from an overall purse of $13,285,815 for Sunday's win. The four-time series champion from Scotland became just the 10th driver to win IndyCar's signature event at least three times.
Helio Castroneves, the only other current driver with three wins at Indy, already was promoting next year's race.
"Dario, well done, man," Castroneves said Monday during the victory awards celebration at the Indianapolis Motor Speedway. "Three times. Now, we're going to be racing, so who gets four? That'll be cool, huh? That'll be really cool."
WEST ALLIS, Wis. (AP) -- Given his family's checkered history in the Indianapolis 500, Michael Andretti understands better than anybody why his son, Marco, was so frustrated during Sunday's race.
And as a race car driver, Andretti knows there's only one way for his son to get over a growing sense of frustration at Indy. It's something Michael wasn't able to do himself as a driver: Win it.
"You're still human," Michael Andretti said Tuesday, during a test session for the June 15-16 IndyFest at the Milwaukee Mile. "And until it happens, he's going to be that way. And once it happens, I think you'll see a different person. It's just that way. I know it was that way with me. You can talk until you're blue in the face, but that pressure and everything that you have there is just going to be there."
Marco Andretti led 59 laps Sunday, more than any other driver. But he got shuffled back in the field by an ill-timed caution flag after a pit stop. Then he crashed on lap 188, ending his day.
Before the crash, he spent much of the afternoon venting frustration to his crew on the radio.
"He gets a little excited still," said Michael, whose Andretti Autosport team fields cars for Marco. "I think he felt that it was slipping away."
It was the latest example of rotten luck for a member of the Andretti family at Indy, something many have come to call the "Andretti curse."
Marco's grandfather, Mario, won it in 1969 - and never won again in 24 more tries.
Michael led 431 laps in 16 career starts but never won.
"I was never able to do it as a driver, but finally was able to do it a couple times as an owner," Michael Andretti said. "Now I know how Marco's feeling. I know, better than anybody, how Marco's feeling. And I feel so bad for him, because he had the car to win. Bad luck, gets a vibration, comes in the pits one lap early and the yellow comes out, he loses a lap and his race is ruined. That place, it's frustrating. Keep plugging along, keep pushing it. We're going to win it soon."
DOVER, Del. (AP) -- Mark Martin has more poles than candles on the birthday cake.
Not bad for a driver pushing limits in a stock car long after so many elite athletes have settled into retirement.
Martin took the last qualifying ride of the day and turned a lap of 158.297 mph on Saturday to win the pole at Dover International Speedway.
The 53-year-old Martin now has 54 career Sprint Cup poles and won it in the No. 55 Toyota.
That 53-54-55 trifecta paid off big for Martin on the Monster Mile. Even with all those 50s, Martin is no golden oldie.
He has three poles this season in 10 races while racing a limited schedule for Michael Waltrip Racing. He's looking for his first Cup win Sunday since 2009.
"I feel like a lucky guy to be strapping in that 55," Martin said.
DOVER, Del. (AP) -- Joey Logano passed Ryan Truex with a few laps left on Saturday to win the Nationwide Series race at Dover International Speedway.
Truex was second and Brian Scott third for a 1-2-3 finish for Joe Gibbs Racing. Truex had the top car toward the end of the race until he got loose with less than 10 laps left. Logano capitalized and made the late charge through lapped traffic to zip past Truex for his fourth Nationwide win of the season.
Truex started from the pole and raced for the first time since he needed an appendectomy nearly two weeks ago.
Kurt Busch was fourth and Justin Allgaier fifth, and they exchanged words on pit road after the race.
Danica Patrick was taken out by Sam Hornish Jr. and finished 30th.
DETROIT (AP) -- Scott Dixon has won his first pole of the year and snapped Penske Racing's streak of having the fastest car in IndyCar qualifying this season.
Dixon set a track record of 1 minute, 10.3162 seconds Saturday on the Detroit Grand Prix's slick and tight 2-mile course.
Penske's Will Power, the points leader, will start Sunday's race second followed by Alex Tagliani and Simon Pagenaud.
Dixon earned Chip Ganassi Racing's first pole and hopes to give the team its second straight win. It will be tough for Dario Franchitti to do it - the reigning Indianapolis 500 champion and Ganassi driver will start 15th in the 25-car field, saying Ed Carpenter's slow car and tactics slowed him down in qualifying.
Dixon is a two-time series champion and 27-time winner overall.
DETROIT (AP) -- Scott Dixon just wanted to enjoy his first victory of the year and hail crews that patched up problems on a shoddy surface.
Dixon won IndyCar's Detroit Grand Prix that was marred by poor track conditions that stopped the race for a little more than 2 hours on Sunday, leading the lackluster race from start to finish.
"We have to focus on the positives,'' he said.
That's easier to do of course when you win.
A red flag halted the event 45 laps into a race that was scheduled for 90 laps and shortened to 60.
"I'd like to give a lot of credit to everyone at IndyCar and the Detroit staff for getting the track back in shape so we could race,'' Dixon said. "The final 15 lap shootout was exciting for me.''