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IndyCar’s Ryan Hunter-Reay ‘Soaks in’ a Glory of His Dominant Detroit Victory

Andretti Autosport’s Ryan Hunter Reay distinguished his widespread feat during Sunday’s IndyCar Chevrolet Detroit Grand Prix by jumping into a James Scott Memorial Fountain in Belle Isle Park. As it turns out, he had done a guarantee to do so progressing during a week.

The “Detroit Double,” as they call it, was filled with many astonishing surprises, such as a General Motors executive crashing a $120,000 Corvette ZR1 during a race’s march lap, though Hunter-Reay’s choice of jubilee came as a “refreshing surprise.”

According to this video, a American racing motorist had betrothed a folks during WXYZ Detroit that if he won possibly Saturday or Sunday’s race, he would thrust into a wintry waters of a iconic Detroit fountain.

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