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Scott Dixon Discusses IndyCar Safety With CBS' David Letterman
Published October 30, 2013
CBS' David Letterman: “Everybody in motorsports has had an ‘oh (expletive)' moment where suddenly the brake pedal goes to the floor or something.” Dixon: “You have many. The worst is whenever you’re, say, at a practice session and you know you’re coming in and they’ve changed the brakes. Occasionally, they forget to tell you that you got to pump the brakes.” Letterman: “Now why would they forget to tell you that?” Dixon: “I know! It’s quite an important moment, right?” (“Late Show,” CBS, 10/29).