Speed's advice to F1 hopefuls? Move to Europe
INDIANAPOLIS -- If you are a young racing driver from the United States and you want to compete in the United States Grand Prix, this is what you have to do:
Go east, as in Europe.
That's what Scott Speed says, and that's what he did. And this Sunday at the Indianapolis Motor Speedway he becomes the first American to race in his home Grand Prix since Eddie Cheever competed in the 1989 Grand Prix in Phoenix.
"You have to go to Europe," Speed said. "It has been ...
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