The second-most successful IndyCar driver of all time, the New Zealander has won six IndyCar Series championships (2003, 2008, 2013, 2015, 2018, 2020), 32 poles and 53 victories as of mid-2022, including the 2008 Indianapolis 500. His six national championships put him second only to inductee A.J. Foyt (7) on the all-time list. His 53 wins are second all-time to Foyt (67) and ahead of inductees Mario Andretti, Michael Andretti, Al Unser Sr., Bobby Unser and Al Unser Jr. Dixon has started the Indy 500 from pole five times (2008, 2015, 2017, 2021, 2022), second only to inductee Rick Mears (6), and finished in the Top 3 five times. As consistent as he is fast, Dixon has won at least one IndyCar race every season since his 2001 debut excluding 2002 and 2004. He’s excelled in virtually every form of racing he’s tried, including three Rolex 24 at Daytona triumphs (2006, 2015, 2020). A longtime Indianapolis resident, the mayor declared September 24, 2018 “Scott Dixon Day” in honor of his fifth IndyCar title.