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1970 Lightning P.J. Colt Indy Car news, pictures, specifications, and information
Al Unser, the second driver to win the Indianapolis 500 for a fourth time, captured his first in 1970, driving this turbocharged V8 Ford powered, Lola based P.J. Colt for the partnership of sportsman Vel Miletich and retired Indianapolis 500 winner Parnelli Jones. Unser started from the pole and led for 190 of the 200 laps, giving up the front running position only while making pit stops. George Bignotti scored his fourth of a record seven victories as Chief Mechanic.

This car was driven by Al Unser, and won
- the 1970 Indy 500 Race, the pole position, and set a track record.
- 6 pole positions in 1970.
- 5 USAC Championship Car events in 1970; finished in the top 3 in 13 events.
- the 1970 USAC National Championship
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