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Bengaluru — Takuma Sato thought his motor racing career had come to an end when he bid farewell to Formula One in 2008, but the Japanese driver is relishing his “second chance in life” after winning the Indianapolis 500 for a second time in four years on Sunday.                           

Sato, who became the first Japanese driver to win the Indy 500 in 2017, crossed the finish line unchallenged on Sunday after Spencer Pigot crashed into the wall with five laps left, bringing out the yellow caution flag...

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