1955 Sweikert Bob Sweikert Bob Sweikert, A.J. Watson, and Jack Zink are all smiles. Bob Sweikert, Jack Zink, and A.J. Watson in Gasoline Alley Sweikert’s John Zink Special on the pit apron. Bob Sweikert and the John Zink Kurtis in Gasoline Alley A.J. Watson looks under the hood decades after their win prior to a demonstration ride at the Indianapolis Motor Speedway. Bob Sweikert provides encouragement and advice to his friend Johnney Boyd. Bob Sweikert qualification photograph. The winner, a big smile, as Bob Sweikert slows on the front straight and heads towards Victory Lane at the south end of the pits near turn one. Bob Sweikert at speed through the turn. Bob Sweikert grabs a drink during one of his pit stops. Close up of Bob Sweikert in the turn. Bob Sweikert on the bricks late in the race. The victorious John Zink Kurtis is rolled out of victory lane. Dinah Shore awaits for the winner in victory lane. Sid Collins and Dinah Shore the morning of the race. Collins was interviewing Shore on radio when Vukovich accident occurred. The chaotic vicory lane is really a finely orchestrated event. Wife Dorie on the right and Hollywood star Dinah Shore provide the victory kiss. The sun breaks through the clouds on the joyous victory lane celebration. The victor provides his first interview in victory lane. Tony Hulman, Bob Sweikert, and the traditional newspaper “Extra” Bob and Dorie Sweikert in joyous embrace. A victory kiss between winner Bob Sweikert and his wife Dorie. A.J. Watson, Sweikert and crew members gather in garage after race. Sweikert’s 1955 winning car heads for a run at the Inianapolis Motor Speedway. Sweikert’s 1955 winning car in the Inianapolis Motor Speedway Museum. The 1955 winning car at a show.