Helio Castroneves is a classy guy.
(And, no, that is not translated from the Snide Dialect frequently in use here on the Blob. He is a classy guy).
Further proof came today, after Castroneves broke a dry spell lasting more than a year with a win at St. Petersburg. Upon winning with a daring pass of Scott Dixon, he stopped at the corner designated Dan Wheldon Way, climbed up on the wall and patted the street sign to honor the two-time Indy winner who was killed in the 2011 season finale at Las Vegas.
Even better move than the one he used to win.