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IndyCar St. Pete Friday notebook

TWO FOR TAKU Andretti Autosport newcomer Takuma Sato suffered the largest crash of the day. Team Penske's Will Power did right-rear damage when the back of his No. 12 Chevy slid in the morning session and, in the afternoon, Sato incurred significant front-end damage to his No. 26 Honda when he clouted the Turn 12 barriers on his out-lap. Following his crash at Phoenix in the final night session during the IndyCar open test in February, the veteran has lost more valuable track time than is optimal. "It's good to get back in the car," he said. "It was a very short first practice today, a 45-minute session. We showed some strength. In the second session, we had a problem and I...
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