When Timo Glock boarded the plane for Montreal last Wednesday, ahead of the Canadian Grand Prix, he was the official third driver for Jordan Grand Prix – a better position than most racers his age could hope for, but about as far away from the main event as you can be and still be in the same paddock – and he was thinking about how to improve his already impressive form in his tyre testing duties. When he boarded the plane for Indianapolis a few days later, he was a points-scoring Formula One driver who had been mentioned in newspapers, magazines and television news reports around the world.
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