Ashley Judd, who is famous for her appearing in the box office hits such as Double Jeopardy. She adopted her most wanted role when she cheered her husband Dario Franchitti as he completed an Indianapolis 500 treble today.
The 44-year-old led the party in congratulating the Scottish speedster after he took his third chequered flag at the world famous race. Judd was delighted Dario Franchitti took his place between among the motorsport greats by leading by winning his third Indianapolis 500.
The DailyMail reporters told that the romantic 39-year-old West Lothianstar fulfilled his wife’s prediction that he was set for win for the 96th edition of the race, which has ran since 1911. Her last words to him before the star were, “I’ll see you inVictory Lane.”
He was particularly pleased to win honour of his her close friend Dan Wheldon, who was killed in an horrific crash during Motor Speedway last October atLas Vegas. He expressed, “What a race, what a race! I think Dan Wheldon would be proud of that one.”
“I just want to dedicate this to two of Indianapolis” he was so happy that he was saying to all the Indianapolis participants, “Thanks to all of the Indianapolis fans for their tribute to Dan today.”
Ashley awarded her husband with a kiss and perhaps a little more, after his winning a stunning victory, which was almost appropriated from him at eth end by the Japanese Formula One flop Takuma Sato.
He was enabled to lead the final lab but he attempted to dive beneath Franchitti during the first turn out of his control and crashed into a wall. Despite this, he whined, “”I was going for the win, of course, I don’t think Dario gave me enough room so I’m really disappointed”