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From the Pulpit

One man was missing from the Indianapolis paddock on the weekend of the US Grand Prix, the only man who is intelligent enough, experienced enough and important enough to have found a way to avoid the disastrous outcome of that event. Matt Bishop finds it rather sad that this man wasn't there to begin with

It is usually the task of this column to combine two missions: (1) to provide an off-beat preview of the forthcoming Grand Prix and (2) to make a trenchant point or three about an issue of the day. This week, mission number-two is tear-jerkingly easy. By contrast, mission number-one is... mission impossible.

Why so? Because, hour by hour since the US Grand Prix weekend, the shape of the Indy-gate saga - and, more accurately, its pathetic fall-out - has changed, changed and changed again as this or that worm has turned.

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