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Al Unser Sr.

Further Information


"Al Unser." St. James Encyclopedia of Popular Culture, five volumes. Detroit: St. James Press, 2000.

Bentley, Karen. The Unsers. Broomall, PA: Chelsea House, 1996.

Dregni, Michael. The Indianapolis 500, Minneapolis: Capstone Press, 1994.


Kurz, Hank, Jr. "Unser Sr., Rutherford Use Status to Teach." Associated Press (July 3, 2002).

Latta, Dennis. "Unsers Rev Up Plans for Car Museum." Albuquerque Journal (March 14, 2002).


"Al Unser Sr." International Motorsports Hall of Fame. http://www.motorsportshalloffame.com/halloffame/1998/Al_Unser_Sr_main.htm (October 23, 2002).

"Al Unser Sr. Is Oldest Indy 500 Winner." ESPN Classic. http://espn.go.com/classic/s/add_unser_al.html (October 23, 2002).

"Champion Details: Al Unser." CART: Championship Auto Racing Teams. http://www.cart.com/FanResources/Champion.asp?ID=7 (October 23, 2002).

"Sibling Rivalry Pushed Al Unser to Indy Greatness." Indy. http://www.indypress/1998/champions/aunser.html (October 23, 2002).

"Unser Brothers Find Success on Different Life Paths." Indy. http://www.indypress/1999/unser-051 (October 23, 2002).

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