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Conspiracy or not, Tracy has a point

Who really won the 86th Indianapolis 500 still is in doubt, writes Robin Miller.

Updated: May 27, 2002, 7:09 PM ET
By Robin Miller | ESPN.com

INDIANAPOLIS -- There is a grassy knoll in Turn 2 at Indianapolis Motor Speedway. And there is frame-by-frame footage of what many may perceive as the assassination of Paul Tracy's chances to win the 86th Indianapolis 500.

That's the conspiracy angle of the greatest spectacle in racing, which has seldom finished as late, as unsatisfying or as confusing as it did Sunday afternoon.

Tracy crossed the finish line first, but Helio Castroneves drank the winner's milk and the usual crowd ...

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