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A young Wheldon at the wheel promotes Grand Prix of St. Petersburg

Dirk Shadd | Times

Susie Wheldon says a few words to her 5-year-old son, Sebastian, son of the late race car driver Dan Wheldon, before he leads an honorary pace lap Wednesday at the Firestone Grand Prix of St. Petersburg Media Karting Competition at Andersen RacePark in Palmetto. The celebrity event promoted the race coming March 28-30 to St. Petersburg.

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A young Wheldon at the wheel promotes Grand Prix of St. Petersburg 03/19/14 [Last modified: Wednesday, March 19, 2014 9:08pm]
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