Found March 27, 2013 on Fan View Point:
Tony Kanaan came home 4th at St. Pete. INDYCAR veteran Tony Kanaan finished fourth at St. Pete this past Sunday, his 107th top five in his career. That ties him with Gordon Johncock and Helio Castoneves for 10th all-time. The Brazilian is also closing in on Jimmy Vassar's record for consecutive starts. Today, he spoke with the media on the longevity of his career, breaking in a new teammate in Simona De Silvestro and the next race on the schedule at Barber."I haven't been around all these years because I'm a lucky guy." TK said. He added "So hopefully being part of the record book, it's awesome, you're part of history, you did well in your career. I didn't know about my top -5 finishes. That's awesome. I don't count them a lot. But trying to beat Jimmy Vasser on the most consecutive starts will be great. I think by the time we get to Baltimore, that's when it's going to be. Hopefully him being my boss, he will let me do that. Ho...

Kanaan says de Silvestro pushing him to his limit

(Eds: Updates with quotes, details. With AP Photos.) By JENNA FRYER AP Auto Racing Writer Tony Kanaan is feeling the pressure from new teammate Simona de Silvestro in a way that reminds him of his days battling Alex Zanardi. Kanaan finished fourth in IndyCar's season-opening race at St. Pete, where he passed de Silvestro in the closing laps to ensure he was the highest-finishing...
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