IndyCar superstar Dario Franchitti suffered two fractured vertebrae, a broken ankle and a concussion in a nasty crash at the Grand Prix of Houston. As a result, the 21-time winner was forced to hang up the fire suit, ending his 22-year career.
NASCAR reporter Marty Snider calls in to SportsDash to discuss Franchitti’s unfortunate retirement after his devastating crash and why it is such a blow to the racing community.
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