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Old 4 Sep 2018, 05:21 (Ref:3848053)   #31
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29, 29. Guess WHO used Number 29 for McLaren in 1978.
And not precisely in USAC...
Dammit.
Nelson Piquet and what is the significance?
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So far, I've watched the Fast Forward, 30 minute highlights of the race and of course that won't do the race justice.

Of what I've seen it looked like a good race. Dixon must be thanking the IndyCar Race gods; how he came out of that first lap incident is bordering on the miraculous. The yellow after Veach went off, seemed totally unnecessary, considering he got back on track. It seemed to mess things up rather, for the rest of the field. Hopefully, IndyCar will post the full race soon.
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Dixon might be one of the luckiest guys on the grid
Lucky to get out of there relatively unharmed and outscore his rivals, yes.
But unlucky because he was involved in an accident that was not of his making.

If he had been stuck and retired on the spot, everybody would say how unlucky he had been.

So unlcuky and lucky at the same time.
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Lucky to get out of there relatively unharmed and outscore his rivals, yes.
But unlucky because he was involved in an accident that was not of his making.

If he had been stuck and retired on the spot, everybody would say how unlucky he had been.

So unlcuky and lucky at the same time.
Good point, lucky and unlucky.

Also I just remembered my favorite part of the broadcast. During the race they interviewed Ed Carpenter because both King and Pigot were doing so well and asked if he would let these guys do all the running next season. To which Ed says, I'm not retiring!
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