Sport: Winning Ways

At Indianapolis, there is always more excited talk about the man who might have won the famed "500 Mile" auto race than the man who actually wins. Last week the most prominent loser was carefree Duke Nalon, an old hand at jockeying high-powered racing cars at blurring speed.

On the 99th lap, Duke pulled his Novi Special into the pits for a scheduled fuel stop. As compressed nitrogen blew fuel from a drum into his tank, the precious seconds ticked away. Before his tank was full, Duke roared back into the race. About 86 laps...

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