The number 97 Pioneer/MCI WorldCom Toyota (presented as the No. 25 MCI WorldCom Toyota) was the first Toyota to win a major Indy Car race. Driven by Brazilian racing sensation Cristiano da Matta, the Pioneer Electronics/MCI WorldCom Toyota earned PPI its first win at Chicago Motor Speedway on July 30, 2000. Da Matta led 51 of 225 laps to reel in a nearly two-second margin of victory over Indy car legend Michael Andretti. Earlier that season, da Matta had also made PPIs and Toyotas podium debut with a third-place finish in Cleveland, Ohio. Beautifully preserved and fully dressed in PPG paint using the MCI WorldCom paint scheme as a tribute to Jeff Krosnoff, this is the actual car that won that race in Chicago. If youre a fan of motorsports history, theres no doubt that this car has earned a position in the finest collections.
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