It was a special moment at the Indianapolis Motor Speedway Museum Tuesday for Takuma Sato.
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Terry Frei sent the tweet after Takuma Sato on Sunday became the first Japanese driver to win the race.
Dixon talks with Anthony Calhoun of 24-Hour News 8 and racing analyst Derek Daly.
The fans may be trickling out, but the work to cleanup after them is underway.
Sato is expected to address the media following his win at the Indianapolis 500.
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Sato had to hold off Helio Castroneves, who was trying to win for a record-tying fourth time, in the closing laps.
In a race that saw a record number of leaders, it was Takuma Sato that made the most important pass of his career when it mattered most.
“It was,” Dixon said, “a wild ride.”
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