IndyCar conspiracy continues.

As the wrecks add up at the Indianapolis Motor Speedway questions are being asked and the answers are not satisfying to most. Many are wondering about the silence from the manufacturers. And are those in the know being hushed up?

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GM’s already on the ropes from its recalls and now it’s got faulty aero kits (and these aren’t cheap). And crashes with their aero kits are highly public. Another PR disaster in the making? All the wrecks have been Chevrolet-based cars. All but the last one which was Hinchcliffe in a Honda. Was his accident a red herring to draw attention away from the other manufacturer?

Ask your self this, why was Hinch immediately whisked away from the track and spent the night removed from the press? Men in Black removed him from the track quickly and securely.

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The car was whisked away and out of sight.

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We may never know.The history books are written by winners. We’ll have to wait until Sunday to know who the real winner is.

This is a work of satire. Calm down.

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Oran Sands used to work at the track in a Security position and has flown with the Lifeline helicopter during the month of May. He’s also scared of jumping spiders.

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