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Topic - Alex Lloyd
"We need to talk about things on a much larger scale," said Alex Lloyd, who was advised early in his IndyCar by Wheldon. "It's not just what happened in this accident, it's all possible scenarios. I think there will be a lot of topics discussed, and I think it will be very beneficial to all of us."
"We want to do everything we can to prevent this from happening again," Lloyd said. "But in racing nothing has ever been 100 percent safe."