Since he was a boy, Ryan Hunter-Reay idolized racing giants and now he joins the winners circle. Hunter-Reay has been behind the wheel since he got his start racing karts and winning his way to the top. He now drives a Honda and is sponsored by Dr. Pepper Snapple Group. The Florida resident made a daring pass in the Indy 500 to put him in the lead, where he held off Brazilian Helio Castroneves by only 0.600 of a second. It was the second-closest margin of victory in the history of the Verizon-sponsored event. There were 34 lead changes among 11 drivers in the 200 lap event, with Hunter-Reay leading the other drivers.