Found July 11, 2012 on Fox Sports:
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(Eds: With AP Photos.) By JOHN WAWROW AP Sports Writer Late for an appointment, E.J. Viso is getting nowhere fast. The IndyCar driver is stuck in gridlock traffic outside Toronto's Canadian National Exhibition grounds, site of last weekend's race. Idling behind a long line of cars being held up by a traffic cop, Viso can do nothing but sit helpless behind the wheel while exchanging text messages to inform a member of his KV Racing Technology team of his predicament. Frustrating as it is, it was yet another lesson for Viso to remain patient, something the fast, feisty and sometimes reckless Venezuelan has often been accused of lacking. ''Yeah, I have a reputation. And in a lot of ways I think I deserve to be called that way,'' Viso said. ''But in some others, I think this sport is also a little bit cruel and cold, because people only see the result and they don't understand why.'' The results haven't been pretty. In his fifth IndyC...
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