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INDYCAR: Power would have missed St Pete regardless of medical evaluation

Will Power was going to miss last weekend's IndyCar season-opener at St Petersburg regardless of whether he failed a concussion test, Team Penske has confirmed. The Australian was sidelined for the weekend with concussion-like symptoms shortly after placing his No.12 Chevy-powered entry on pole on Saturday; symptoms that were thought to have been linked to a practice crash a day earlier. IndyCar has since confirmed that the concussion diagnosis was incorrect and that the 2014 champion was suffering the effects of an inner-ear infection, but Penske team president Tim Cindric said on Wednesday that his driver would not have particpated in Sunday's race even if he'd been medically cleared to...
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