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Dario Franchitti poured the milk over his head at the end of the 96th Indianapolis 500. It was a busy race with 34 lead changes among 10 drivers and several hard crashes and the second-hottest day for the event in its nearly century-long history, but at the end, it was the Target cars of Franchitti and Scott Dixon that battled it out for the win under a final-lap caution brought on by Takuma Sato's madman dive to pass for the lead.
Mark Webber drove through on-and-off rain, varying pit strategies from the other teams, and a handful of crash-caused cautions to maintain his pole start through to the end of the Monaco GP, becoming the sixth winner in as many races this year.
And BMW's Zagato Coupe has been explained in detail on video after its showing at the Concorso d'Eleganza Villa d'Este. If you're looking to learn more about the Italian-styled Bavarian coupe, here's your chance.
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