Anna Chatten making IndyCar history
INDIANAPOLIS -- Anna Chatten just wanted to go home. It was late one May evening in 2009. It had not been a great day. She was tired. Her car was right there.
But one of Indianapolis Motor Speedway's notoriously zealous security workers, nicknamed "yellow shirts," stepped in her way as she and two of her co-workers attempted to enter a secured lot reserved for crew members of race teams preparing for the Indianapolis 500.
"The guy says I couldn't go back to the reserved ...
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