Pictures: British IndyCar driver Dan Wheldon's career
British racing driver Dan Wheldon has died after his car crashed during an IndyCar race in America.
He moved to America when he was 21 and soon made his mark: he won the massive Indy 500 race in 2005. He was the first Englishman to win the world famous race for nearly 40 years.
Earlier this year, Dan won the Indy 500 all over again - here he is with his giant trophy after racing for 500 miles around the famous circuit in Indianapolis.
2005 got even better when he won his first IndyCar Championship. It was only his second full season in the sport.
British motor racing star Dan Wheldon has been tragically killed at the age of 33 in a crash in Las Vegas. He began karting in the UK when he was just 4, and went on to race against Jenson Button as a teenager, and often beat him.
The cars Dan raced are very similar to those used in Formula 1. They race around the track at speeds of over 200mph with only a few inches between them. (Dan's in the white car)
Tributes have been pouring in for Dan. Former F1 world champion Lewis Hamilton said: "He was an inspirational guy and someone that every racing driver looked up to with respect and admiration".