Can Montoya's renaissance continue?

Can Montoya's renaissance continue?

Juan Pablo Montoyta's decision to return to single-seaters at the age of 38 in 2014 nearly netted him another IndyCar title last year. With BRUCE MARTIN, he reflects on that near miss, and looks ahead

Ask Juan Pablo Montoya if the 2015 IndyCar Series season was his last, best shot at winning a championship and be prepared for a direct answer from the 40-year-old Colombian.

"Eh, I've won a championship already," Montoya says, referring to his 1999 CART title. "People remember you for how many times you've won the Indianapolis 500. I've done that twice. I've done a lot of great things. I won the Monaco Grand Prix and two Indianapolis 500s. 2015 was a good year, but we have to step it up this year."

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