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Josef Newgarden dominates Iowa Corn 300 for first victory of season

Josef Newgarden produced a peerless display in Sunday's Iowa Corn 300 to pick up his first victory of the 2016 IndyCar Series season. Newgarden arrived in Iowa still nursing a broken clavicle and fingers sustained in his terrifying crash at Texas last month, having also missed the pre-race test in order to aid his recovery. The Ed Carpenter Racing driver qualified second on Saturday behind series leader Simon Pagenaud, but swept into the lead of the race by taking the high line in a bold move. Newgarden soon forged a sizeable lead over Pagenaud, lapping every other car in the field before a full course yellow called after Ryan Hunter-Reay's engine failure brought the Penske driver...
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