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Country of origin:United States
Produced in:1972
Numbers built:28
Internal name:7200
Designed by:Roman Slobodynskyj for All American Racers
Author:Wouter Melissen
Last updated:January 19, 2018
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Chassis 7201 Completed late in 1971, this is the prototype Eagle 7200. It was successfully tested by Bobby Unser at Ontario before being pressed into service as his 'short oval' car. He won with this car at Phoenix, Trenton, Milwaukee and Phoenix again later in the year. At the end of th>>>

Chassis 7203 The second 7200 allocated to Bobby Unser during the 1972, this is the car used on the longer oval circuits. It was most importantly fielded at the Indy 500 where Unser smashed the lap record but unfortunately failed to reach the finish with mechanical issues. Later in the ye>>>

Chassis 7217 One of a pair of 7200s sold to Patrick Racing, this car was raced by Gordy Johncock during the 1973 season. Finished in STP colours, it was entered in the Indy 500 which Johncock won outright. It was later damaged at Pocono and the repaired car was shortly thereafter sold to>>>

Chassis 7219 Patrick Racing fielded this STP liveried Eagle 7200 for Graham McRae in the 1973 Indy 500. He qualified 13th and eventually finished 16th overall, earning him the Rookie of the Year title. Wally Dallenbach raced the car for the remainder of the season, winning the Milwaukee >>>

  Article Image gallery (47) Chassis (4) Specifications