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Disappointment for Harvey as wheel nut proves costly in Indy 500

As his team-mate was celebrating his fourth Indianapolis 500 victory, Jack Harvey once again found himself wondering what could have been. After recovering from a blistered tire in qualifying that left him starting down in 20th position, Harvey slowly and steadily worked his way through the field. By lap 140, he had cracked into the […]
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