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MILLER: IndyCar's $1.8 million Texas crash bill

Tristan Vautier's car was lying in a crumpled heap – minus the entire right-side suspension, its gearbox shattered along with a damaged tub and Honda engine – a promising night of running up front wiped out in seconds. A few feet away sat teammate Ed Jones' Dallara – its left-side suspension and bodywork wadded up. "One car totaled and another one crashed all because of one guy driving like an idiot," a Dale Coyne mechanic said, referring to Tony Kanaan, who Coyne confronted during the red flag following the carnage. Outside the Texas Motor Speedway garage the Schmidt Peterson crew had just finished loading the battered machines of James Hinchcliffe and Mikhail Aleshin –...
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