Thirty-three cars raced 200 laps around the 2.5-mile track at the Indianapolis Motor Speedway for the 97th Running of the Indy 500 on Sunday.
The Laguna Blue 2014 Chevrolet Corvette Stingray Pace Car was not the only Chevrolet to lead the race that day.
In fact, the top four finishers were none other than Chevrolets.
Not to mention, Chevrolets accounted for seven of the top ten finishers.
Quite impressive considering the lead changed a record-breaking 68 times.
Racing through the finish line first with his first ever Indy 500 win was Tony Kanaan.
Following close behind Kanaan in second place was Carlos Munoz.
Placing in third and fourth were Ryan Hunter-Reay and Marco Andretti, respectively.
Helio Castroneves and AJ Allmendinger finished sixth and seventh, respectively.
And, accounting for the seventh of ten top finishers was Ed Carpenter in tenth place.
Located in Elkhart Indiana, Tom Naquin is delighted with the Chevrolet showing at one of its biggest state events, the Indy 500.