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naperlou
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Good job KV
naperlou   5/30/2012 8:58:32 AM
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Well, third place at Indy with a new car is not bad.  It has been interesting seeing the progression of this team leading up to the race.  Good job.

Charles Murray
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Re: Good job KV
Charles Murray   5/30/2012 8:14:00 PM
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I agree, Naperlou. Kanaan was in the running until the final two laps. In terms of competitiveness, it was one of the best Indy 500s ever.

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Changing Specs
RICKZ28   5/31/2012 12:19:56 PM
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IndyCar changing the car specs two months before the Indy 500 race, now that sounds like typical engineering!  It can be very challenging to meet customer requirements and due dates when they (customers) change their requirements.



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