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'He's just a happy man,' says Sato of Borg Warner likeness

Takuma Sato was a vision of joy during this week's unveiling of his likeness on the $3.5 million Borg Warner trophy. The winner of May's Indy 500, who became the first Japanese driver in 101 editions of America's defining motor racing, could barely contain his enthusiasm at the Indianapolis Motor Speedway Museum event."I almost want to scream today because I'm so happy," he said. Driving for Andretti Autosport and representing Honda, Sato waged an epic fight for victory with Team Penske's Helio Castroneves to capture his first Indy 500 win. He came close while dueling with Target Chip Ganassi Racing's Dario Franchitti in 2012, but a spin and crash ended his hopes against the Turn...
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