Sam Hornish Jr. won three IndyCar championships and an Indianapolis 500 before fading into obscurity as a NASCAR driver.
Sunday's victory in Iowa will undoubtedly rank among the most memorable moments of Hornish's career.
Hornish, just six days after accepting an offer to race for the first time in 2016 in the vaunted No. 18 car for Joe Gibbs Racing, led 183 of 250 laps for a dominant win at the NASCAR Xfinity race at Iowa Speedway.
Hornish picked up his first win in two years, which also came at Iowa's 0.875-mile oval. But Sunday was the first time Hornish's three children were able to see him win, fittingly on Father's Day.