Who was really to blame for IndyCar chaos on Detroit’s streets?

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Just seven days on from IndyCar’s fastest and most prestigious race at the Indianapolis 500, the paddock journeyed just under 300 miles northeast to its shortest and bumpiest street track on the schedule.The 1.645-mile Detroit track – using some sections that Formula 1 graced between 1982 and ’88 – boasts only five more corners than Indy’s fabled oval, and with an average pole speed some …Keep reading Source

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