Penske PC19 was designed by Nigel Bennett and was powered by Ilmor-Chevrolet V8 90° turbocharged engine. The car was used by Team Penske in the 1990 season and was driven by Emerson Fittipaldi, 1989 CART champion, Rick Mears, and Danny Sullivan. Mears and Sullivan were long-time Penske drivers. Mears was with the team since the 1978 season, and Sullivan joined him in 1985. Fittipaldi, by contrast, only joined the team that season, winning the title in 1989 with Patrick Racing. In the 1990 season Sullivan won two races – Grand Prix of Cleveland and Grand Prix of Monterrey at Laguna Seca, and was classified 6th in the final driver standings.
|1990||PPG Indy Car World Series||Indianapolis 500|
|Danny Sullivan||7||Team Penske|
|Penske PC19||Chevrolet||Marlboro Penske|