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How professionals survive racing 200 mph in the rain

For everyday drivers, driving in the rain raises the risk of a fatal crash by 34%. For professional race-car drivers who regularly compete in the rain, talent can only help so much when you're driving over three times the pedestrian speed limit. We spoke with IndyCar racer Colton Herta about how he and other drivers survive and even win such high-speed races during a torrential downpour.
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