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1998 U.S. 500 Presented by Toyota

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Date  July 26, 1998
Weather  Dry
1998 U.S. 500 Presented by Toyota
Official name  1998 U.S. 500 Presented by Toyota
Location  Michigan International Speedway, Brooklyn, Michigan, United States
Course  Permanent racing facility 2.000 mi / 3.219 km
Distance  250 laps 500.000 mi / 804.672 km

The 1998 U.S. 500 Presented by Toyota was the twelfth round of the 1998 CART FedEx Champ Car World Series season, held on July 26, 1998, at the Michigan International Speedway in Brooklyn, Michigan. The race saw a record 63 lead changes due to the draft of the new Hanford Device, and was won by Greg Moore after a thrilling battle in the last five laps with Jimmy Vasser, Alex Zanardi and Scott Pruett.

The race was marred by a crash on lap 175. Adrián Fernández slammed into the outside wall in the fourth turn. His right front wheel was torn off and hurled over the fence into the stands, killing three spectators (Kenneth Fox, Sheryl Laster, and Michael Tautkus) and injuring six others.


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