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Dan Wheldon: Stop Reading Between the Lines of a Tragedy

Bad news is good news in the press, as easily seen by the numerous articles all over the racing media regarding his death. Some have tackled what it means for NASCAR, F1 and even Indy itself going forward. Others have questioned whether it changes how a driver drives and many of the so called "professional" writers miss one fact.I tune my ride for the Thursday night drag strip, it's a heck of a sight, different (and slower) from going 200 miles per hour in a circle and smashing into a wall but danger is always present. If drivers are scared of wrecking they are in the wrong sport, and a man like Dan Wheldon, who loved the sport and died doing what he loved. How is that truly a tragedy?That's more fitting than him being 90-years-old, fa...

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