All of them were my favorites. Growing up in Texas, I dreamed of just being good enough to qualify for the Indy 500. I went there a couple years and sat in the grandstand and wondered would I ever get the chance to drive here? Then I did get a chance and thanks to the great Lord, I won one. That first one, in 1961, I proved a point. Back then a lot of drivers who won that race got hurt or killed soon after. Bob Sweikert (1955) got killed and Pat Flaherty (1956) got hurt. So they asked after I won, 'What are you going to do now?' I said, 'I'm going racing.' I broke a tradition there. I proved the point, just because you win Indy doesn't mean you're going to go get hurt or killed ... They were all great wins, but I guess, the last one in 1977 would have to stand out over all of them because we built our own car, we had our own Foyt motors ... and our Coyote chassis that we built and I drove it. So I'd have to say the one topped them all because eventhing was us."