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Sal Incandela
I’ve written quite a few posts about my father and motorsports on this site. My last post on him was about his time in F1, more specifically, the 1970’s when he was beginning his career and first experienced a World Championship in 1976 with James Hunt. I hope you get a sense of the pride...
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Winning races was lovely. That’s a quote from my dad, reflecting on his time spent in Formula One during the 1970’s. Before he passed away in October of 2011, he and I are started a project together. I had already written a fair amount about him and motorsports, so I asked him if I could...
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I started thinking about some year end posts I could write to neatly wrap up 2011. I figured I’d write my favorites posts of the year version. Then I started thinking about real analytics or metrics. What were my most read stories? And for that matter, what were my most viewed photographs in 2011? This...
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Hope you like the spot we picked out. We all love Crown Hill Cemetery. And we’ll visit often.  
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Early last December I decided to write about my father and post it online. I wanted to do something unexpected for him and something very public. I wanted everyone to know that I loved him, admired him as a man, thought the world of his career, and that I still looked up to him. I...
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My father, Sal Incandela passed away on October 3. The Indianapolis Motor Speedway and Donald Davidson kindly wrote this piece on him. So did others, including Racer, SPEEDTV, AutoWeek, blogs and many more. It has meant the world to me and my family. The emails, texts, phone calls and every thought and prayer have been...
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I’m taking a break. In the meantime, you should get to know my dad, Sal Incandela. He was a good guy and I looked up to him.  
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Early today I got to shoot an IndyCar race. I’ve taken many racing photos. But never of actual on track action. My previous shots were limited to pit lane or the garage or a stationary car. Turn 1 at the end of a fast, long straight was an entirely different proposition. I know the racing...
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I became a father 14 months ago at the ripe age of 36 11/12. It’s a feeling and role I’m still getting used to. It’s made me think a lot about being a man, what it means to be a provider and protector and what I want to teach my son Oliver. I’ve also found...
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