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Newgarden: Iowa race “was like a video game”

Josef Newgarden says his car was “amazing” around Iowa Speedway but admits he was surprised how no one could keep up with him. The Ed Carpenter Racing-Chevrolet driver, who had finished runner-up in the previous two Iowa Corn 300s, led the most laps in any Indy car race in history, holding P1 for 282 of the 300 laps. The result was his third win in the series, but first of the season, yet has sprung him to second in the title race. Commenting on his dominance, the 25-year-old Tennessee native said: “Well, it was a lot of fun, I will tell you that, maybe because the car was so good. I mean, it wasn't really falling off much. “Some stints it was like a video game. You put on new...
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