Tony Kanaan Rare 7/11 Indy Irl Crew Suit With Tony's Name On Belt Not F1

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Seller: johnfromguelph (751) 100%, Location: Guelph, Ontario, Ships to: US, CA, Item: 252733350460 SPECIAL 1 week Only $399 TONY KANAAN 7 ELEVEN CREW SUIT Very Rare Tony Kanaan's 7 Eleven CREW Suit. NO CREW NAME ON BACK !!!!! A crew suit that has been updated with all patches and Tony's name added to the belt. This is not a Tony Kanaan worn suit! You can tell the difference between a Driver's Suit and a Crew Suit by looking at the labels inside. Most driver's suits are MTM = Made To Measure or MTO = Made To Order. Crew suits have sizes like 50, 54, 60 or M, L, XL or XXL. This suit is a Size XL This suit would look great mounted in a shadow box or used in Karting plus other forms of racing.Verizon IndyCar SeriesKanaan would begin to compete in the Indy Racing League in 2002 for Mo Nunn Racing in the #17 Hollywood Cigarettes G-Force GF05-Chevrolet V8 in one-off race at the Indianapolis 500. Kanaan would be the highest-starting rookie in the race with a 5th place starting position. In the race Kanaan led for 23 laps when on lap 90 both Jimmy Vasser and Bruno Junqueira had mechanical problems and slowed on the course. An oil leak was on the track and was not caught by Indy Racing League officials and Kanaan crashed, finishing 28th. Kanaan would finish 50th in points with 2 points.In 2003 Kanaan began to drive for Andretti Green Racing in the #11 7-Eleven Dallara IR03-Ilmor-Honda Indy V8 HI3R. Kanaan would get consecutive pole positions at the Toyota Indy 300 at Homestead-Miami Speedway, finishing 4th, and the Purex Dial Indy 200 at Phoenix International Raceway, where he would go on to win his second Indy car race after leading for 79 laps. Kanaan would then begin to lead the point standings after Phoenix. At the Indy Japan 300 at Twin Ring Motegi Kanaan was involved in a crash with Scott Dixon on lap 178 and would finish 14th. There was then a question whether Kanaan would be able to compete in the Indianapolis 500. Kanaan was able to participate and would qualify 2nd and lead for 2 laps, eventually finishing 3rd behind countrymen and Marlboro Team Penske teammates Gil de Ferran and Helio Castroneves. Kanaan would regain the points lead and would hold for the next eight races, with the exception of the Belterra Casino Indy 300 atKentucky Speedway where he dropped to 2nd place, based on consistent finishes. Following an 18th place finish at the Firestone Indy 225 atNazareth Speedway Kanaan would drop to 3rd in points. Kanaan would enter the season-ending Chevy 500 at Texas Motor Speedway 3rd in points and was involded in a five-way battle for the championship with de Ferran, Dixon, Castroneves and Sam Hornish, Jr.. In the race Kanaan started 9th and led for 52 laps, only to finish two laps down in 14th place. Kanaan would finish 4th in points behind Dixon, de Ferran and Castroneves with 476 points.opening Toyota Indy 300 at Homestead-Miami Speedway Kanaan started and finished 8th. At the second race of the season, the Copper World Indy 200 at Phoenix International Raceway, Kanaan started 2nd and would lead for 191 of 200 laps to win. Kanaan would also take the points lead. At the Indianapolis 500 Kanaan would qualify in 5th place. In the race Kanaan would lead for 28 laps and was battling with teammate and friend Dan Wheldon and Buddy Rice. Kanaan was running 2nd to Rice on lap 174 when a the caution came out for rain. The race was then stopped permanently on lap 180 with Kanaan in 2nd. Kanaan would go on to win both the Bombardier 500 at Texas Motor Speedway and theFirestone Indy 200 at Nashville Superspeedway. Kanaan would also qualify on the pole position at theMichigan Indy 400 at Michigan International Speedway and the Honda Indy 225 at Pikes Peak International Raceway. Kanaan would clinch the championship with a 2nd place finish at the Toyota Indy 400 atCalifornia Speedway. Kanaan would complete all 3,305 laps during the season. Kanaan would score 618 points to get the championship.For 2005 Kanaan returned with Andretti Green Racing in the #11 7-Eleven Dallara IR05-Ilmor-Honda Indy V8 HI4R. Kanaan would start off the season with a 3rd place finish at the season-opening Toyota Indy 300 at Homestead-Miami Speedway. At the Indianapolis 500 Kanaan would qualify on the pole position. In the race Kanaan battled early with Sam Hornish, Jr. for the lead. Kanaan would lead for 54 laps, only to drop to an 8th place finish in the final 50 laps of the race. Kanaan would later win the Argent Mortgage Indy 300 at Kansas Speedway and the Argent Mortgage Indy Grand Prix at Infineon Raceway. Kanaan would finish 2nd in the point standings behind teammate and friend Dan Wheldon with 548 points. In September 2005 Kanaan tested a BAR-Honda Formula One car for British American Racing at Circuito de Jerez as a reward for winning the 2004 IndyCar Series championship in a Honda powered car.Kanaan returned with Andretti Green Racing in the #11 7-Eleven Dallara IR05-Ilmor-Honda Indy V8 HI4R in 2006. The entire season would be a struggle for the entire Andretti Green team compared to previous seasons due to in part Marlboro Team Penske and Target Chip Ganassi Racingbeginning to use Honda engines due to Toyota withdrawing after 2005. Kanaan's only win of the season was at the ABC Supply Company A.J. Foyt 225 at the Milwaukee Mile. Kanaan's best start of the season was a 2nd at the Watkins Glen Indy Grand Prix presented by Tissot at Watkins Glen International. At the Indianapolis 500 Kanaan qualified 5th and in the race would lead for 12 laps. On lap 190 Felipe Giaffone crashed in turn 2 while Kanaan still had to make his final pit stop, as a result Kanaan pitted under caution and dropped to 4th place. On the final lap of the race Dan Wheldon passed Kanaan. Kanaan would finish in 5th place behind Sam Hornish, Jr., Marco Andretti, Michael Andretti and Wheldon. On May 28, 2006 Kanaan's friend Rubens Barrichello wore Kanaan's helmet livery during the Formula One Monaco Grand Prix and Kanaan wore Barrichello's helmet during the Indianapolis 500. The two of them created a charity offering financial and technical aid to institutions within the voluntary sector, the Barrichello Kanaan Institute.[1] Kanaan would have an issue with another of his long-time good friends and a former teammate from his time atTasman Motorsports, Helio Castroneves. Kanaan and Castroneves had developed an intense rivalry that has resulted in some hard feelings. Castroneves accused Kanaan of costing him the 2006 series championship by racing him too hard for position in the final race. Kanaan countered that he was not paid to let other people pass him for position. The two started to patch up their differences at 2007 Indianapolis 500. Kanaan would finish 6th in points 384 points.Kanaan would have his best season during 2007 (based on wins) in the #11 7-Eleven Dallara IR5-Honda Indy V8 HI7R for Andretti Green Racing. Kanaan would win his first race of the season at theIndy Japan 300 at Twin Ring Motegi. At the following race, theKansas Lottery Indy 300 at Kansas Speedway Kanaan qualified on the pole position and dueled with eventual winner Dan Wheldonuntil Kanaan made contact with teammate Danica Patrick in the pit lane (Kanaan was leaving his pit stall as Patrick was entering hers just in front of Kanaan's). Kanaan would finish 15th, eight laps down. At the Indianapolis 500 Kanaan won the Scott BraytonAward for showing the spirit of the late Scott Brayton, who was killed while practicing for the 1996 Indianapolis 500. Kanaan qualified 2nd and in the race he led for a race-high 83 laps. On lap 113, while under caution for a crash by Phil Giebler, the race was stopped due to rain and it began to look as if Kanaan would get declared the winner. Shortly after 6:00 p.m. the race was resumed. On lap 151 Marty Roth brought out the caution for a crash and it was becoming apparent to several teams that rain was coming and the race would end soon. Kanaan and several other cars made pit stops (mainly for tires) while several other cars that had been contending for the win, such as teammate Dario Franchitti and Scott Dixon, along with several drivers who had not been running as competitively, such as Jacques Lazier. This would mean that several cars, with differences in tires and also in competitiveness, would be battling with what was expected to be only a handful of laps left. On a lap 156 restart Kanaan came up on the back of Lazier and caused him to crash in turn 4 and Kanaan to spin into the pit lane with a blown tire. On lap 163 Andretti and Wheldon made contact on the back straightaway and brought out another caution. During the caution on lap 166 the race was permanently stopped for rain with teammate and friend Franchitti winning. Kanaan was then often referred to, along with his team owner Michael Andretti, as one of the best drivers never to win the Indianapolis 500.[2] Kanaan would rebound to win the following race, the ABC Supply Company A.J. Foyt 225 at the Milwaukee Mile, after leading for 25 laps. Kanaan would win again at the Firestone Indy 400at Michigan International Speedway after Kanaan's friends Franchitti and Wheldon crashed on the back straightaway while battling for the lead on lap 144, causing Franchitti to flip and take out several other cars racing in the lead pack such as Scott Dixon, Sam Hornish, Jr., A.J. Foyt IV, Tomas Scheckter and Ed Carpenter. Kanaan would then dominate the following race, the Meijer Indy 300 at Kentucky Speedway, as he would qualify on the pole position and lead 131 of 200 laps on his way to victory. Ironically after the race Franchitti flipped over another time due to hitting the rear end of Kosuke Matsuura's car as he crossed the finish line to complete the race (Franchitti later said that he didn't realize that the race had ended). Kanaan would get his fifth win of the season at the Detroit Indy Grand Prix presented by Firestone at Belle Isle State Park. Kanaan infamously got into a heated exchange with Hornish following the Camping World Watkins Glen Grand Prix at Watkins Glen International when during the race the two made contact and as the cars were heading to pit lane Kanaan drove into Hornish's car. Hornish then came over to Kanaan's car when Hornish's father, Sam Hornish, Sr., attempted to get Hornish and Kanaan separated and also shoved Kanaan when an unknown person (some sourses claim that the man was a friend of Kanaan's then-car owner Michael Andretti) came to the elder Hornish and shoved him to the ground. By this point crew members from both Team Penske (Hornish's team) and Andretti Green Racing along with Indy Racing League officials and/or safety crew members were trying to break up the fight. Michael Andretti also entered the fight, but was held back by his son and Kanaan's teammate Marco Andretti. Jaime Camara (an Indy Pro Series driver for Andretti) was also reported to have gotten involved in the fight. It was estimated that there were 15 to 20 people involved in the fight. Despite winning a season-high amount of races (5) Kanaan finished 3rd in points 576 points behind Franchitti and Dixon, who each had 4 wins and more consistent results.In 2008 Kanaan would return with Andretti Green Racing in the #11 7-Eleven Dallara IR5-Honda Indy V8 HI7R. During the season Kanaan's famed 7-Eleven car began to have other companies sponsor the car such as Frank's Energy Drink (Edmonton and Detroit) and Oscar Mayer(Chicagoland). At the season-opening Gainsco Auto Insurance Indy 300 at Homestead-Miami Speedway Kanaan started 6th and led for 35 laps. On lap 193 E.J. Viso spun directly in front of Kanaan and damaged his right-front suspension. Kanaan would stay out hoping the race would finish under caution. On lap 196 the race resumed and Kanaan moved to the inside to allow the faster cars to get by. Kanaan would finish 8th, two laps down. At the next race, the Honda Grand Prix of St. Petersburg at Streets of St. Petersburg, Kanaan qualified on the pole position and would lead for 15 laps. Kanaan would eventually finish in 3rd place. Kanaan would then get 5th and 2nd place finishes at the Indy Japan 300 at Twin Ring Motegi and the RoadRunner Turbo Indy 300 at Kansas Speedway. At the Indianapolis 500 Kanaan qualified 6th (the first time Kanaan failed to qualify in the top-5 in his Indianapolis 500 career). On lap 94 Kanaan took the lead for the seventh consecutive year in as many years of competing in the Indianapolis 500. On lap 105 Scott Dixon took the lead and moments later teammate Marco Andretti attempted to pass Kanaan in turn 3 causing Kanaan to lose control of his car and brushes the wall. Kanaan then collected the lapped car of Sarah Fisher, taking both out of the race. This would be the first of several incidents bewtween Kanaan and Andretti Green Racing teammates Andretti and Danica Patrick. Kanaan would rebound to get a 3rd place finish at the ABC Supply Company A.J. Foyt 225 at the Milwaukee Mile and a 5th place finish at the Bombardier Learjet 550 at Texas Motor Speedway. At the Iowa Corn Indy 250 at Iowa Speedway Kanaan started 4th and led for 71 laps, only to crash after 211 laps. Kanaan would dominate the following race, the SunTrust Indy Challenge at Richmond International Raceway, as he would qualify on the pole position, set the fastest lap of the race, lead for 166 of 300 laps and win his first (and only) win of the 2008 season. Five races later at the Rexall Edmonton Indy at Rexall Speedway Kanaan started from 27th (last) place and would finish 9th. In the race Kanaan had issues with both Andretti and Patrick (ironically the two of them had also made contact during the race). Kanaan would rise above the controversy to finish 3rd in points with 513 points. Kanaan would also renew with Andretti Green Racing through the 2013 season.Kanaan returned with Andretti Green Racing for 2009 in the #11 7-Eleven Dallara IR5-Honda Indy V8 HI7Rwith additional sponsorship from Dr. Pepper, Nestlé Pure Life and Oscar Mayer. At the season-openingHonda Grand Prix of St. Petersburg at Streets of St. Petersburg Kanaan started 3rd and finished 5th. Kanaan wuld then get 3rd place finishes at the Toyota Grand Prix of Long Beach on the Streets of Long Beach and the RoadRunner Turbo Indy 300 at Kansas Speedway. Kanaan would take the points lead after Kansas (the first time Kanaan led the standings since winning the championship following the 2004 Chevy 500 at Texas Motor Speedway). At the Indianapolis 500 Kanaan qualified in 6th place and in the race was running in 3rd place when the driveshaft failed, causing him to lose control of his car due to the steering being incapitated the turn 3 wall in an impact that was 175 G's. Kanaan would finish in 27th place. The race would be the first time that Kanaan failed to lead the Indianapolis 500. Kanaan would suffer bruised ribs in the accident. Despite the injuries Kanaan would not miss any races during the season nor did he need any relief during any race. At the following race the ABC Supply Company A.J. Foyt 225 at the Milwaukee MileKanaan started 3rd and led for 25 laps only to suffer an engine failure after 132 laps, finishing in 18th place. At the Rexall Edmonton Indy at Rexall Speedway Kanaan had a pit fire after completing 34 laps and finished in 21st. Kanaan's best finish after Indianapolis was a 3rd place finish at theMeijer Indy 300 presented by Red Baron and Edy's at Kentucky Speedway. Kanaan would finish 6th in points with 386 points.Cherry and Planters. During the off-season Andretti Green Racing was reorganized as Andretti Autosport. Kanaan's best finish in the first five races of the season was a 3rd place finish at the RoadRunner Turbo Indy 300 at Kansas Speedway. At the Indianapolis 500 Kanaan crashed during his qualifying attempt on Pole Day and in the crash Kanaan's engine was split in two pieces. Kanaan would have qualify on Bump Day in a back up car. During practice on Bump Day Kanaan had a nearly identical crash to the Pole Day crash. The team needed to repair the car before the end of the day or Kanaan would fail to qualify for the race. At 5:23 p.m. solidly qualified for the race. Kanaan would qualify in 32nd place but would move to his original car and start 33rd. This also meant that Kanaan's record of having always qualified on the first two rows in each of his Indianapolis 500 came to an end. In the race Kanaan had moved into 25th place when the caution came out for a crash by Davey Hamilton out of turn 2 on the backstretch. Kanaan then moved into 17th place by lap 8 when another caution came out for a crash by Bruno Junqueira. During a pit stop sequence while under caution for a crash by teammate John Andretti Kanaan improved from 12th to 4th place. Kanaan soon moved into 2nd place behind friendDario Franchitti. In the late stages of the race Mike Conway, Justin Wilson, Helio Castroneves and Graham Rahal stayed out in an attempt to stretch their fuel mileage to the end of the race with no more pit stops. They all had to pit and Franchitti and Kanaan moved back into 1st and 2nd place on lap 192. On lap 196 Kanaan had to make a pit stop for fuel. This would cause Kanaan to drop to an 11th place finish. Kanaan would go on to win the Iowa Corn Indy 250 Presented by Pioneer at Iowa Speedway after starting 15th and leading for 62 laps. Kanaan's next best finish following Indianapolis was a 3rd place finish at the season-ending Cafés do Brasil Indy 300 at Homestead-Miami Speedway. Kanaan would finish 6th in points with 453 points. In October Kanaan was released from his contract with Andretti after sponsor 7-Eleven announced it would not return as Kanaan's primary sponsor in 2011. Kanaan won 14 races and 1 championship in 8 years with Andretti. Condition: Used, Product: Racing Suit, Gender: Men, Sport: IRL

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