Rookie J.R. Hildebrand took the lead late when Danica Patrick and then Bertrand Baguette had to make pit stops with less than 10 laps remaining, and looked like he would have enough fuel to hold on for an amazing victory. Then, he went high going around the final turn passing another driver, and slammed into the wall. Dan Wheldon, the 2005 champion, came racing through the improbable opening, and went from a situation where he didn’t have a full-time ride in 2011 to winning the Indianapolis 500 for a second time.
Sunil Gulati Says U.S. Will Vote Against Sepp Blatter, Even If It Costs A Chance to Host Future World Cup
Tomorrow’s election might be closer than expected.
This looks fun and dangerous.
Interesting thoughts beyond the easy LOL headlines.
So the Finals will have … big ratings?
What is free will, anyway? And can it be beaten out of someone?