Following this past weekend's memorials to the late Dan Wheldon, IndyCar gets down to the business of learning from the two-time Indianapolis 500 winner's tragic death. First up: a meeting between IndyCar CEO Randy Bernard and many of this season's competitors, where each driver is expected to get several minutes to explain his or her suggestions for improving safety.
"I think now is the time for everybody to get out there and say what needs to be said, because we've got six months (before the 2012 season begins), so we have time," Chip Ganassi Racing's Graham Rahal told the Associated Press. "There should be no excuses. I just hope that everyone can stand up and work with us. If anybody has been there to help us – and I know he's taken a lot of heat the last few days – it's been him (Bernard)."
"We need to talk about things on a much larger scale," added Dale Coyne Racing's Alex Lloyd. "It's not just what happened in this accident, it's all possible scenarios. I think there will be a lot of topics discussed, and I think it will be very beneficial to all of us."
• Click here to read Randy Bernard's address at Sunday's Dan Wheldon memorial in Indianapolis.