IndyCar legend and ex-F1 team boss de Ferran dies aged 56

IndyCar legend and ex-F1 team boss de Ferran dies aged 56
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Indianapolis 500 winner, two-time CART champion and McLaren Formula 1 advisor Gil de Ferran has died aged 56

Gil de Ferran, the Indianapolis 500 winner, two-time CART champion, and McLaren Formula 1 advisor, has passed away at the age of 56. It has been reported that he suffered a heart attack and could not be revived. McLaren chief Zak Brown expressed his shock and devastation, remembering de Ferran as a great friend and teammate. De Ferran had a successful career in the United States, winning races and championships in the CART series. He also won the Indy 500 in 2003 before retiring. De Ferran was known for his cerebral and determined racing style, and his success in the American racing scene made him a poster boy for talented young racers at the time. He will be greatly missed, and condolences go out to his family.

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