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Pace car crash delays Detroit IndyCar race

GM leader Mark Reuss shunted the Chevrolet Corvette on the parade lap for the second IndyCar race at the Detroit Grand Prix, bringing the field of racecars to a halt. Reuss, the executive VP of global product development, lost control under power and over the crest on the exit of Turn 2 of the Belle Isle track. Tracking behind the two-seater IndyCar, the Corvette nosed hard into the concrete retaining wall, and the field of 23 racecars came to a halt. Within seconds, Reuss’s Wikipedia page had been hacked, adding to his job title “and a professional pace car crasher.” Once the debris had been cleared – and only polesitter Alexander Rossi had run through some of it – the cars were...
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