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By Mark Davis
The nation founders, the Lone Star State thrives
Topic - Jimmy Vasser
KV Racing will field a third car in the Indianapolis 500 that Townsend Bell will drive.
Tony Kanaan acknowledged Jimmy Vasser and Kevin Kalkhoven in his speech. Vasser said Kanaan was a good friend.
Just outside Camden Yards, Tony Kanaan will zip past the park on the bumpy city streets of the baseball city with more speed than the average fastball and into the IndyCar Series record book.
Jimmy Vasser's return to competition at Toronto was short-lived after a hard landing in one of Robby Gordon's trucks sent the former champion to the hospital for X-rays.
Robby Gordon's truck series has picked up a pair of former champions to run at Toronto.
Tony Kanaan had one more lap, one anticlimactic last lap under the yellow caution flag, to end 12 years of frustration in the Indianapolis 500.
Kanaan drove past Ryan Hunter-Reay on a restart Sunday with three laps to go, then coasted across the finish line under yellow when defending race winner Dario Franchitti crashed far back in the field.
Tony Kanaan has landed a nine-race sponsorship deal with Hydroxycut just in time for the IndyCar season opener at St. Petersburg.
Late for an appointment, E.J. Viso is getting nowhere fast. The IndyCar driver is stuck in gridlock traffic outside Toronto's Canadian National Exhibition grounds, site of last weekend's race.
The celebration of Chip Ganassi's success was supposed to be a surprise, an opportunity to gather his great champions and toast their remarkable runs.
"But we had an awesome car," he said. "We've got the same engineer coming back, so I think the relationship and the confidence and the team - I can't think of a better confidence platform to come and do a one-off with and run the Indy 500."
During Friday's testing sessions for the season-opening Australian Grand Prix, Indy Car driver Will Power tweeted he was "missing the scream of the old F1 cars," while team owner and ex-Cart champion Jimmy Vasser said the cars were "looking slow and ugly and that sound...."