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Dan Wheldon: When Outcome No Longer Matters

Anyone who has ever passionately played a sport or watched their favorite sports team compete has experienced both the thrill of victory and agony of defeat. On October 16, the thrill of victory was taken away, and defeat was no reason for agony for drivers, teams and fans of the IndyCar Series.This was supposed to be a great day for the IndyCar Series. It was the final race of the season, in which a series champion was to be crowned, and was also the return of the series to Las Vegas Motor Speedway for the first time in 11 years. A day that was supposed to be memorable is a day that will never be forgotten in motorsports—for all the wrong reasons.On the 11th lap of Sunday’s IndyCar World Championship event, 15 of the field&rsq...

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