Unser Racing Museum Albuquerque, New Mexico
Albuquerque, New Mexico
Al Unser won both the Indy 500 and the National Championship for 1970 in the Colt-Ford Johnny Lightning car.
1962 Novi was DOHC Supercharged V-8 designed by Bud Winfield and built by Fred Offenhauser. It produced 450 HP.
Al Unser Jr drove to his 2nd Indy 500 win and 2nd CART Championship in 1994 with the Penske Marlboro car.
Huffaker built MG liguid suspension car raced by Bobby in 1966
In 1970, Al in the Vels Parnelli Jones car, won all the mile dirt races, in the last season where dirt point counted.
Al won the 1987 Indy 500 for his forth 500 win in this Penske-March powered by Cosworth DFX and sponsored by Cummins.
The 1973 Indy winner Gordon Johncock's Eagle Offy was entered by Pat Patrick and sponsored by STP.
Bobby Unser won the 1968 Indy 500 in the number 3 Rislone Eagle Offy entered by Bob Wilke and sponsored by Rislone Oil.
1986 March Model C powered by a turbocharged Cosworth DFX was raced by Michael Andretti in 1986 Indy 500.
Al Jr. race this 1984 March/Cosworth V-8 Turbo "Silver Bullet" for Galles Racing to a 6th in points for the 1984 CART season.
Al Jr. raced the Rick Galles G-Force-Aurora sponsorerd by Starz SuperPak to a 7th in points with a win at Gateway in 2001.
1991 Lola with Ilmore Chevrolet owned by Granatelli Racing and driven by Arie Luyendyk finished 3rd at Indy and 6th in points.
1979 Nance Sprinter fielded by Dill and Judge and driven by Al Jr. 1947 Kurtis Midget won races all over the Southwest as a seventeen year old.
1954 Sprint car built by A.J. Watson was raced by both Bobby and Al in the early sixties. Unser Pikes Peak car.
Al raced this Vels / Parnelli Jones Viceroy car at Springfield in 1975 for his last dirt win.
1911 H-D Model 7A produced 4 HP and had a top speed of 40. 1915 Yale made by California Motor Company.