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"The last thing I want my child to see is Dad running around in the middle of the pack (on the track). ' 'Well, he finished fifth or sixth.' "So I'm pretty sure it would have the opposite effect of what people think." ••• There is no shortage of motivation for Wheldon, who begins his eighth Indy Car season this weekend at the Grand Prix of St. He entered the series as a prodigy on the ovals that made up the entire Indy Car series in 2003, finishing second in points with three wins in 2004, winning the championship with six wins in 2005 and landing second with two wins in 2006.He lived big and made a lot of friends along the way."It's the same thing NASCAR has with Daytona and Talladega, and when they have the big one, the consequences aren't nearly as bad as in Indy Car."We can't race in a pack. There's no room for error."Bernard said the report was shared with Wheldon's widow, Susie, on Wednesday evening, and she spoke with both Barnhart and Bernard afterward."She talked to Brian Barnhart primarily about the investigation because I felt it was important for Brian to educate her," Bernard said.
"If anything, I think it would make you more motivated," Wheldon said of having a child. I would be embarrassed to take him to school with kids saying, 'Hey, how'd your dad do this weekend?
Not many staged photographs are in his den, mostly candid snaps that sometimes catch him off guard when he notices them for the first time in a while.
To the left of a souvenir brick from Indianapolis Motor Speedway's famed yard of them, under a bronzed pair of racing shoes, is a photo of Wheldon, highlighted hair and all at age 26, laughing with Kanaan and former boss Michael Andretti, from the season he won his only series title and the Indianapolis 500.
But when the race began at Vegas, the packed 34-car field was all over the track -- movement series officials did not expect despite drivers' warnings."The ability of the drivers to race from the bottom of the racetrack all the way up to the wall and run limitless is not a condition we've experienced before," Barnhart said.
"I don't think we were expecting it to be any different from what we'd experienced in the last decade at places like Chicagoland, Kentucky, Fontana and Texas.
..."We were never expecting to be able to run from the top to the bottom (at Las Vegas)."Most ovals have one or two racing grooves.