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Topic - Chris Powell
Dan Wheldon was killed when his head hit a post in the fencing at Las Vegas Motor Speedway _ contact that created a "non-survivable injury" to the two-time Indianapolis 500 winner.
The IndyCar Series won't return to Las Vegas Motor Speedway next season, and its future at the track depends in part on what it learns from the investigation into Dan Wheldon's fatal accident.
Kardashian matriarch Kris Jenner is on a panel of seven judges who will pick next year's Miss America during a pageant in January in Las Vegas.
Next month, at Wembley Stadium, fans will see something unusual for the home of English football: two black head coaches leading their teams onto the field.
Despite all the "Biggest Loser"-type shows on TV, all the pounds shed by their contestants and all the weight-loss products purchased by viewers, America continues to be the Biggest Gainer.
Las Vegas Motor Speedway president Chris Powell said track officials will work with IndyCar in hopes "the series might return to LVMS in the future."
"The IndyCar Series is in the midst of extensive research into the suitability of Indy Cars racing at our speedway," track president Chris Powell said.