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    Greg Moore

    You will never be forgotten. It's hard to believe that you died on this date six years ago. I was there and consider that one of the worst racing experiences of my life.

    Godspeed Greg.

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    Sadest day I have experienced watching racing. Greg was one of my favorites. And he was joining my favorite team the next year, Penske.

    I knew as soon as I saw the wreck, it was real bad. I remember the doctor telling Paul Page later in the race that Greg had died.

    He was such a talent. A true loss to all open wheel.

    Greg, we miss you.
    After years of fighting and a split, guess what, we are all IndyCar

    October will always be a sad racing month for me. RIP Greg and Dan. You both were great and we miss you.

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    yep - one of the darkest days we've known

    any loss is hard, but for some reason - maybe because we all saw it happen and knew, pretty much immediately, the result - this loss was really difficult

    a good time to reflect on and appreciate what all these guys (and gals) contribute

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    I miss Greg a lot, he was my favorite in CART, him and Alex.

    He was a great guy, always had time for an autograph.

    We miss you 99.

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    This thread makes me sad for the loss of such a good person and talented driver. I miss him and wonder what he would have done at IMS, for I know he would have raced there by now. It would have been great to watch.

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    7 years, and the loss is still so painful.


    C'ya up front Greg.....

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    Hard to believe it has been 7 years.

    Still miss 99. You were a true talent Greg.

    We miss you and wish you God's Speed.

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    Miss you 99, you were great.

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    Walked out of the stands that day long before the race was finished...
    ...in my heart it was.
    To break this spell - I'll take your hat, your hair looks swell
    I ought to say no, no, no, sir - Mind if I move a little closer
    At least I'm gonna say that I tried - What's the sense in hurting my pride
    I really can't stay - Baby don't hold out
    Ahh, but it's cold outside

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    nice pic ... sad memories

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    Remembering Greg 9 years later.

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    Selfishly I regret never getting to see him race with Penske. My favorite, team, my favorite driver, paired with one of my other favorites, Gil.

    To this day I wish they would have a 500 miler at one of the Superspeedways and call it the Greg Moore Memorial 500.

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    R.I.P Greg


    Where is this helmet on display?

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    Greg Moore Exhibit at the BC Sports Hall of Fame in Canada.

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    If only we got to see Moore race at Indy.
    And so we came to Road America where we burned up at the lake, but at the speedway of Nazareth I made no mistake

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    I miss the guy for sure. Gregg Moore was the smooth calm version of Paul Tracy. Had all of the same PT talent but was a much more classier guy with a much better driving style that made him very appealing to fans. Just over 10 years since that fateful day in October 1999 at fontana, sure doesn't seem like it's been that long...

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    October 31, 1999.

    Hard to beleive it has been that long.

    RIP Greg. We miss you and Dan!

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    Good read on Greg and his career in racing.

    http://singleseatracing.blogspot.ca/...reg-moore.html

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    Remembering Greg Moore in a special way today. It would have been his 40th birthday.

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    And another year passes. Bless his soul.

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    Life cut way to short. Got him as my avatar.

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    19 years ago.

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