Mark Reuss, an executive for General Motors, had a horror day at the office over the weekend slamming the IndyCar pace car into the wall before the Detroit GP.
Reuss, GEM’s executive vice president of global product development was behind the wheel of the car when it crashed exiting the second turn, during the race’s parade lap, delaying the start for almost an hour.
Within seconds, Reuss’s Wikipedia page had been hacked, adding to his job title “and a professional pace car crasher.”
Outside of the 750hp Corvette ZR1, there were no serious injuries. GM said many factors contributed, including weather and track conditions. Haha.