Found December 15, 2011 on Sign on San Diego:
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IndyCar officials don't believe the construction of the fence at Las Vegas Motor Speedway played a role in the death of two-time Indianapolis 500 winner Dan Wheldon.
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Dan Wheldon was killed when his head hit a post in the fencing at Las Vegas Motor Speedway, contact that created a ''non-survivable injury'' to the two-time Indianapolis 500 winner. IndyCar officials released Thursday their findings of the Oct. 16 accident in the season finale. Wheldon was killed in an early 15-car accident when his car launched into the catchfence...

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Initial Wheldon crash report

A comprehensive review of the racing accident that claimed the life of Dan Wheldon is complete, INDYCAR announced Dec. 15. Wheldon, the 2005 IZOD IndyCar Series champion and two-time Indianapolis 500 winner, suffered a non-survivable head injury Oct. 16 in … Continue reading →

Dan Wheldon died of a “non-survivable injury” to his head

On Thursday, the Izod IndyCar Series released a report announcing the results of the investigation surrounding Indianapolis 500 winner and IndyCar champion Dan Wheldon's death at Las Vegas Motor Speedway on October 16. In the crash, Wheldon's car was launched airborne and his head ultimately hit a vertical post on the catchfence -- an "non-survivable injury." 34...

IndyCar cites wide racing surface as factor in fatal Wheldon wreck

Dan Wheldon was killed when his head hit a post in the fencing at Las Vegas Motor Speedway in October -- contact that created a 'non-survivable injury' to the two-time Indianapolis 500 winner.

Several factors led to Wheldon's death

Dan Wheldon was killed when his head hit a post in the fencing at Las Vegas Motor Speedway, contact that created a "non-survivable injury" to the two-time Indianapolis 500 winner.

Nation + world: IndyCar reveals what caused Wheldon's death

AUTO RACING Dan Wheldon was killed when his head hit a post in the fencing at Las Vegas Motor Speedway -- contact that created a "non-survivable injury" to the two-time Indianapolis 500 winner. The cause of death was revealed Thursday when IndyCar presented its findings of the Oct. 16 accident in the season finale.

Pole created 'non-survivable' Wheldon head injury

Dan Wheldon was killed when his head hit a post in the fencing at Las Vegas Motor Speedway — contact that created a "non-survivable injury" to the two-time Indianapolis 500 winner.

IndyCar: Pole created 'non-survivable' head injury

Dan Wheldon was killed when his head hit a post in the fencing at Las Vegas Motor Speedway, contact that created a "non-survivable injury" to the two-time Indianapolis 500 winner.

Report says Wheldon killed when head hit post

Dan Wheldon was killed when his head hit a post in the fencing at Las Vegas Motor Speedway, contact that created a "non-survivable injury" to the two-time Indianapolis 500 winner.

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