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By Emily Miller
Obama is losing the debate on gun ownership, concealed-carry permits
Topic - Johnny Rutherford
Traditionalists balked and some were downright outraged at the mere suggestion stock cars dare set their fenders on the sacred ground of Indianapolis.
Jim Harbaugh is finally going to get to see a yellow flag.
It was an hour before the Indianapolis 500, and Dario Franchitti and Tony Kanaan found a quiet corner to prepare for the race. They were interrupted by Parnelli Jones, Bobby Unser and Johnny Rutherford, three of the greatest drivers in IndyCar history.
"I think it's a big mistake because Indy has all that tradition and romance and I don't believe it should be tampered with," said Johnny Rutherford, also a former Indianapolis 500 champion.
"Maybe we need a double fence, one behind the other, with maybe a space in between to do something to stop this," Rutherford said.