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    On May 24, Take 5 To Stay Alive spokesperson Gabby Chaves finishes a record 0.0026 seconds behind the winner of the Firestone Indy Lights Freedom 100 race at the famed Indianapolis Motor Speedway, taking home second place in his number seven car making it the closest finish ever at the famed raceway.
  • Gabby Chaves
    ​Gabby Chaves made his fourth trip to the podium in the Firestone Indy Lights series taking second place at the Iowa Speedway. The standout driver is firmly entrenched in the battle to become the series champion. Gabby’s next stop is July 13 for the “Streets of Toronto” race.
  • Firestone Indy Lights Series Opener at Grand Prix of St. Petersburg
    ​Firestone Indy Lights Series Opener at Grand Prix of St. Petersburg - Take 5 To Stay Alive. Don't Text and Drive. Spokesperson Gabby Chaves in the final practice session on March 22, 2013, in his number seven car sponsored by Schmidt Peterson/Curb-Agajanian/REDSERVI/Marca Colombia/Coldesportes/Dallara.
  • Chaves Makes the Podium at Alabama's Barber Motorsports Park
    ​Chaves Makes the Podium at Alabama's Barber Motorsports Park - Junior formula car standout Gabby Chaves (far right) earned his inaugural Firestone Indy Lights podium finish on April 7, 2013, taking third place at Barber Motorsports Park, igniting his quest for "Rookie of the Year" and the championship title.
  • It's a Second Place Finish for Chaves at Long Beach Grand Prix
    ​It's a Second Place Finish for Chaves at Long Beach Grand Prix - Making his second consecutive visit to the post-race podium on April 22, Gabby Chaves poses with his second place trophy at the Long Beach Grand Prix. The next stop on the Firestone Indy Lights series is the Freedom 100 at the famed Indianapolis Motor Speedway.
  • Gabby Chaves behind the wheel of his Formula race car at the Indianapolis
    ​Gabby Chaves behind the wheel of his Formula race car at the Indianapolis racetrack. The Take 5 logo is located just below the Mazda logo.
  • Feature article on Gabby Chaves and the Take 5 to Stay Alive.
    ​Feature article on Gabby Chaves and the Take 5 to Stay Alive. Don’t Text and Drive campaign appeared in the Ciudad Weston newspaper.
  • Gabby Chaves celebrates his victory in the Mid-Ohio 100
    ​Gabby Chaves celebrates his victory in the Mid-Ohio 100 at the Mid-Ohio Sports Car Course -- Credit: indycar.com; Photo by: Chris Jones
  • Juan Pablo Garcia and Gabby Chaves go side-by-side through the Keyhole (Turn 2) at Mid-Ohio
    ​Juan Pablo Garcia and Gabby Chaves go side-by-side through the Keyhole (Turn 2) at Mid-Ohio -- Credit: indycar.com; Photo by: Bret Kelley
  • Chaves starts off the racing season with a win
    ​Chaves starts off the racing season with a win.