Found May 30, 2012 on It's Always Sunny in Detroit:
To some, auto racing is just a bunch of left turns. To others, it consists of the highest of highs and the lowest of lows. These Japanese television announcers definitely fall into the second category. Japanese driver Takuma Sato had a chance to win it as he trailed eventual-winner Dario Franchitti on the race’s final lap. Sato, known by wheelheads (cool new nickname for racing fans), to be an aggressive nature not afraid of making daring passes, needed a sneaky move to pass Franchitti. We now know what happened, but they obviously didn’t as Sato got put his big boy pants on and tried to take the lead. FRanchitti is in the red/white car that’s in the lead. Sato is driving the blue and white ride. As I said, the highest of highs and the lowest of lows… [Here Is The Incredibly Emotional Japanese TV Reaction To Their Driver Passing — And Crashing — In The Indy 500] Business Insider

The wild Japanese call of the Indy 500 finish

Earlier in the week, we shared the video of the dramatic Indy 500 finish.  Dario Franchitti was leading the race late with Takuma Sato in second at the white flag.  Franchitti won the Indy 500 for the third time when Sato crashed while trying to dramatically pass for the lead entering Turn 1.  While the American call was ok, it's the Japanese call from Sato's homeland...
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