Why new Montoya is IndyCar's real deal

Why new Montoya is IndyCar's real deal

Juan Pablo Montoya leads the IndyCar standings after two rounds, and MARK GLENDENNING says he's a different man to the one who walked away from F1 in 2006

Immediately after winning the IndyCar season-opener at St Petersburg a couple of weeks ago, Juan Pablo Montoya found himself having to ponder the question of whether he is - or has been at any point during his motorsport career - a jerk.

Even by the relatively relaxed standards of the IndyCar paddock, this is not a normal line of questioning in a post-race press conference.

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