Victors

Race car driver Helio Castroneves and doubles partner tennis star Anna Kournikova celebrate their victory over tennis' Jan-Michael Gambill and Castroneves' Marlboro Penske teammate, Gil de Ferran. Kournikova and Gambill took time out of practice for the Nasdaq-100 to give the drivers, preparing for the Toyota Indy 300, a few pointers.
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( Sun-Sentinel/Richard Biebrich / February 27, 2003 )

Race car driver Helio Castroneves and doubles partner tennis star Anna Kournikova celebrate their victory over tennis' Jan-Michael Gambill and Castroneves' Marlboro Penske teammate, Gil de Ferran. Kournikova and Gambill took time out of practice for the Nasdaq-100 to give the drivers, preparing for the Toyota Indy 300, a few pointers.

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