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IndyCar spotter Burgess turned retro starter

Jason Burgess has added to his job as an IndyCar spotter – a profession spent as far away from the spotlight as possible, with a new position in the sport that's impossible to miss. Burgess, who helped coach Alexander Rossi home to victory at the 2016 Indy 500 from atop Turn 1, can still be found with his binoculars and radio headset high in the sky, and on free weekends, he's outfitted in retro threads carrying greens and checkers to flag everything from vintage IndyCar events to karting showdowns. The Hoosier says he's determined to channel the charisma of Indy's flamboyant flaggers from the 1950s and '60s. "When I haven't been traveling around the country as a spotter for the...
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