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At one time, he probably had nearly every car in the Indianapolis 500, probably had close to all 33 of them, and those were all cars that I helped innovate. That I developed. We had a very successful venture.
Of course, they always looked for it and maybe thought I was holding back some stuff for myself, but I didn't. It's just that their drivers that they had didn't know anything about mechanics. They couldn't help as much as I did.
Co-Founder, Apple Computer
Wozniak's inventions and machines are credited with contributing greatly to the personal computer revolution of the 1970s.
In 1962, Shelby designed the Cobra sports car and went on to become one of the premier high-performance automobile designers.
Founder, Ford Motor Company
Henry Ford's innovations, such as the Model T and the development of the modern assembly line, revolutionized the way the world travels.
Wilbur and Orville Wright
When it came to the problem of flight, Wilbur and Orville Wrights' systematic approach led to insights that simply eluded their contemporaries.
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