(Speedway, Indiana)- If ever there was a left turn that someone will think a long time about then it was the last one that rookie JR Hildebrand tried to take in the 100th Anniversary running of the Indy 500. The 23 year old had the lead going in the final turn only to put his car into the wall. That allowed Dan Wheldon to come out of no where and win the second 500 of his career. Indiana's NewsCenter John W. Davis was at the track for a report. If you would like to view it just click on the video link.
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