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  • In 2012, the road intersecting Turn 10 was renamed Dan Wheldon Way in memory of Dan Wheldon, who won the 2005 race thanks to a move made on that turn.St. Petersburg, Florida-Wikipedia
  • However, on lap 11 of the race, Power was collected in a fiery 15-car crash that killed defending Indianapolis 500 winner Dan Wheldon.Team Penske-Wikipedia
  • At the completion of the 2011 season, Dan Wheldon was due to sign a contract to return to the team in 2012 in the car vacated by Patrick.Andretti Autosport-Wikipedia
  • Racing driver Dan Wheldon was also reported to be a fan; after his death, a minute's silence was held in his memory before the next game's kickoff, against Scunthorpe.Milton Keynes Dons F.C.-Wikipedia
  • On 13 October 2011, 3 days before Franchitti's bid for a fourth IZOD IndyCar Series title and the death of his friend and fellow driver Dan Wheldon, it wasDario Franchitti-Wikipedia
  • As a result of pack racing in combination with many cars and inexperienced drivers, a major crash occurred 13 laps in, injuring several drivers and killing the defending Indy 500 winner Dan Wheldon.IndyCar Series-Wikipedia

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