Sir Jackie Stewart is to be inducted into the Indianapolis Hall of Fame. The 71-year-old Scotsman raced twice at Indianapolis in 1966 and 1967. He was the Rookie of the Year and was leading with just nine laps to go in 1966. He was running competitively in 1967 when he suffered an engine failure. The decision was taken by a panel of nearly 150 electors, made up of racing participants, officials and media Stewart also served as a commentator on the event for 13 years with ABC television, between 1971 and 1984.