Takuma Sato Signs Milk Bottles For Cowboys During Indy 500 Victory Tour

Takuma Sato looks like he’s enjoying being an Indianapolis 500 champion.

Sato has been taking a victory lap after winning the 101st running of the Indy 500 with a final-lap pass on Helio Castroneves. After bumping into the Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series’ most recent race winner at the airport, Sato boarded a plane to learn about something as American an the race he won Sunday: football.

The 40-year-old driver’s media tour hit Texas on Wednesday when he visited the Dallas Cowboys’ organized team activities, and he looked like he had a blast.

Sato even signed some autographs for the Cowboys, putting his signature on milk bottles in an homage to “The Greatest Spectacle in Racing.”

And don’t think the fact the Cowboys have as many Super Bowls wins (five) as Andretti Autosport has Indy 500 victories was lost on the racing company.

Life’s good for the Indy 500 champion.

Thumbnail photo via Brian Spurlock/USA TODAY Sports Images

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