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Indy 500 Results: Did Takuma Sato Make His Final Move Too Early?

For the second year in a row, jubilation was turned to heartbreak on the final lap for a driver just moments away from earning his first Indianapolis 500 victory. Last year, it was JR Hildebrand. This time around, it was Takuma Sato. The Japanese driver out of the Rahal Letterman Lanigan Racing stable put together a stellar performance in the 96th running of the Indianapolis 500. After starting 19th, the third-year Izod IndyCar Series driver put together a masterful effort as he quickly moved up through the field like a seasoned veteran. Sato spent most of the 200-lap race inside the top five and led 31 laps. Unfortunately, that did not include the last one. After a restart with six laps to go, Sato quickly moved passed Tony Kanaan and into...

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