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Have a go hero: When a Le Mans winner's Champ Car crusade fell flat

A cut-and-shut car without a full-time engineer was hardly the ideal platform for a Le Mans winner four years out of single-seaters to make his Champ Car bow. Perhaps unsurprisingly, Guy Smith doesn't recall his 2004 cameo fondly, as he tells MATT KEW
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