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Scott Dixon remains fastest in St. Petersburg final practice

Chip Ganassi’s Scott Dixon finished the third practice session ahead of IndyCar’s season-opener in St. Petersburg at the top of the timesheets. The New Zealander set the pace in Friday’s second practice and remained the driver to beat in the final session, ahead of qualifying. Dixon led a Honda 1-6 in practice three, with a 1:01.624 leaving him just 0.042 seconds clear of Schmidt Peterson’s James Hinchcliffe. The 2013 St. Petersburg winner was the first driver of the weekend to break into the 1:01s but dropped behind Dixon in the final third of the session. 2016 Indianapolis 500 winner Alexander Rossi was third, with ex-F1 racer Max Chilton and Sébastien...
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