Time to stop IndyCar injuries

Time to stop IndyCar injuries

There's been a worrying increase in the number of hand injuries suffered in IndyCar crashes over recent seasons. MARK GLENDENNING looks at why and asks what can be done

It's always surprising how easily race drivers can go incognito simply by throwing on civilian clothes.

The location is the Mid-Ohio paddock a couple of weeks ago and Ryan Briscoe is shooting the breeze, the Australian's 'disguise' of sunglasses, jeans and a black shirt proving enough to thwart many of the fans milling around looking for drivers to photograph themselves with.

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