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The All-Motorsport Power Rankings: Week 60

In a week where NASCAR went to Talladega, a track like no other that trades (maybe too much) on the likelihood of huge multi-car accidents, it is even more telling that were given another reminder of the danger of racing. At the Nurburging Nordschleife on Saturday during a VLN 43-year-old Leo Löwenstein was killed when his Aston Martin was involved in a crash which resulted in it catching fire, upside down. The German died of smoke inhalation before he could pull himself from the car. The race was stopped immediately, but the racing must go on, and so, remembering yet another fallen driver, must we.Begin Slideshow...

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