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Gusty winds make for treacherous Fast Friday at Indianapolis

Fast Friday, the day when drivers preparing for the Indianapolis 500 are given extra pressure in the turbocharger and allowed to run at qualifying speeds, was noticeably less busy on account of pervasive winds all afternoon. While averaging over 231 MPH, any wind changes can upset the car with no warning.  The 40 MPH gusts […]
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