Dan Wheldon Frustrated With Car's Speed Before Crash

Two-time Indianapolis 500 winner Dan Wheldon expressed concern he wouldn't be able to get enough speed from his car in the Las Vegas race where he died in a fiery 15-car pile-up. In the Sunday crash that killed the English racing champion, Wheldon's car, travelling at over 220 miles per hour into a turn, climbed the back of racer Paul Tracy's vehicle and burst into flames, flipping over and slamming into a crash-fence above the track's retaining wall. In a blog before the race by Wheldon...Full Story
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