Tony Kanaan is a race car driver with a legacy that will be hard to match. He is not just a talented driver, but he is also one of the most beloved personalities in the sport. In 2020, Tony Kanaan announced that he would be retiring from racing after a remarkable career spanning two decades. However, three years later, he is still competing, but he now says that this was his final IndyCar race, and he knows it for sure.

Tony Kanaan began his racing career in his native Brazil, where he quickly gained a reputation as one of the best young drivers in the country. In 1998, he moved to the United States to compete in the Indy Lights Championship and was quickly signed by the Tasman Motorsports team. Kanaan made his debut in the IndyCar Series in 2002, and it wasn't long before he established himself as a top driver in the series.

Throughout his career, Kanaan has amassed an impressive record. He has won the prestigious Indianapolis 500, the IndyCar Series championship, and has over 15 race wins to his name. Kanaan's popularity has also earned him the distinction of being one of the most significant ambassadors of the