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Drivers mostly pleased with tweak to St. Pete Turn 3

After a day of running on the reconfigured Turn 3 section at St. Petersburg, Verizon IndyCar Series drivers offered a modicum of praise for the slower passage. Blasting through the fast right-hand corner was never an issue for the high-downforce Indy cars, but with the smaller Mazda Road to Indy cars (pictured) and the Pirelli World Challenge cars being thrown around by the increasingly troublesome bumps in the turn, the race promoter stepped in to help. "They have more racing series than us, so we have to be conscious of what they need, and that's why they did it," said Team Penske's Josef Newgarden. "Without using the original configuration, it's hard to come up with...
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