Dan Wheldon's impact on IndyCar
INDIANAPOLIS -- It's fair to say that the death of Dan Wheldon one year ago during a race at Las Vegas Motor Speedway was the most significant loss of a driver the sport of Indy car racing suffered in more than 50 years.
Greg Moore, who died in a wreck at California Speedway in 1999, arguably had a brighter future ahead of him when he perished. But the last Indy car driver who died in action with a similar pedigree to two-time Indianapolis 500 champion Wheldon was Bill ...
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