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IndyCar: Rolla Vollstedt passes away

Rolla Vollstedt (photo courtesy of Indianapolis Motor Speedway)

Rolla Vollstedt (photo courtesy of Indianapolis Motor Speedway)

FROM RACER.COM

For three decades he was a designer, builder, fabricator, dreamer, adventurer and racer to the core. He gave Jimmy Clark his final IndyCar ride, brought the first female driver to Indianapolis in 1976 with Janet Guthrie and helped Len Sutton, Billy Foster, Cale Yarborough and Tom Sneva start their careers.
But Rolla Vollstedt, who passed away Sunday at the age of 99, was the embodiment of why people use to spend all their time, money and effort inside the walls of Gasoline Alley every May.

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