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So far, so good. I think it will be business as usual after Dan's (Wheldon) tragedy. The new IndyCar looks promising as I have not seen good views of it, its clear the rear is improved to avoid cars behind from taking off when they run into the back. However we need to be clear, IndyCar has always been very dangerous, still is and always will be. Nothing could have saved Paul Dana 5 years ago as a driver can hit a slower or stationery car at full-on speed. Same happened to Alex Zanardi, fortunately he escaped with his life, sadly he lost both his legs. Best wishes to all at IndyCar