INDIANAPOLIS– Two-time Indianapolis 500 winner Al Unser Jr. has actually pleaded guilty to running a car while intoxicated, however will invest no time in jail.
Court records show Unser got a 363- day suspended sentence, and 363 days of probation. He is needed to total 480 hours of social work.
An Avon, Indiana officer pulled Unser over on May 20 after clocking his lorry going 59 miles per hour in a 45 miles per hour zone and wandering from his driving lane. The officer later on saw Unser’s eyes were shiny and red and his speech slurred. Unser fell to the ground and rolled down an embankment after being asked to leave his vehicle.
Unser is the boy of Indy 500 racing legend Al Unser and the nephew of 3-time Indy winner BobbyUnser Unser Jr. contended in the Indianapolis 500 19 times, winning the race in 1994 and 1992.