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Slideshow: Sights, Sounds of an IndyCar Race
9/26/2012

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Tony Kanaan of KV Racing Technology is considered the best active racer never to have won the Indianapolis 500. He drives the No. 11 car at Fontana, sponsored by a number of electronics companies including Mouser, Littelfuse, Murata, and TE Connectivity. Here, he ponders the qualifying laps ahead. He ended up starting in the third position and drove a competitive race until spinning out with eight laps to go in the 500-mile race.
Tony Kanaan of KV Racing Technology is considered the best active racer never to have won the Indianapolis 500. He drives the No. 11 car at Fontana, sponsored by a number of electronics companies including Mouser, Littelfuse, Murata, and TE Connectivity. Here, he ponders the qualifying laps ahead. He ended up starting in the third position and drove a competitive race until spinning out with eight laps to go in the 500-mile race.

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Looks like fun!
naperlou   9/26/2012 10:32:38 AM
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Fast cars and lots of engine noise.  That's fun for me.  Of course, that used to be my commute to work. 

The challenges of these cars are really interesting.  One thing that people may not be aware of is that the car companies and engineering firms use racing to test ideas.  If it wokrs under the stress of racing it will probably work on your car at home.

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