I had a couple of shots with Ganassi because we were the first to go back and my teammate won it, Juan Pablo Montoya. I had my opportunities — I finished fourth a couple of times — but it wasn't meant to be. I won three 500-milers during the split when they put up the big money and Champ Car had their big races. I would like to think that I would have come up with one of the Indy 500s. We had the U.S. 500 the same day in 1996 that had all the main players, and I won that from pole. That was at Michigan, the same day, same time. I can't have any regrets or animosity toward anybody. That is the way it was. It was unfortunate for a lot for people, not just me. Michael [Andretti] never won Indy, and he led more laps than anybody. He missed out on those eight years just like I did.