INDIANAPOLIS -- Former Indianapolis 500 winner and Speedway recordholder Tom Sneva was among four drivers getting rides for the 1990 Indy classic, officials said Friday.
Sneva, 41, Paradise Valley, Ariz., was named as driver for a 1989 Buick-powered Penske entered by Vince Granatelli Racing of Phoenix.
Sneva won the race in 1983 and was the first person to exceed 200 miles per hour in qualifying in 1977.
Didier Theys, 33, Nivelles, Belgium, was named as Sneva's teammate.
Arciero Racing Teams of Anaheim, Calif., entered four 1988 Penske machines with Randy Lewis, 44, Hillsborough, Calif., and Rich Vogler, 39, Indianapolis, as the drivers.
The latest entries increase to 43 the number of cars nominated for the May 27 race. Practice starts May 5 with time trials set for May 12-13 and May 19-20.