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Will Power storms to St. Petersburg IndyCar pole

Will Power has secured pole position for the Firestone Grand Prix of St. Petersburg, the opening round of the 2017 IndyCar season. The 2014 champion was one of only two Chevrolet-powered cars to progress to the all-important Firestone Fast Six session in qualifying, such has been the dominance of Honda power so far this weekend. The Penske racer will line-up alongside four-time champion Scott Dixon on the front row of the grid, with the Chip Ganassi racer looking competitive as always after ending both practice one and two fastest. James Hinchcliffe will line-up third for Schmidt Peterson Motorsports, alongside Josef Newgarden who completed a switch from Ed Carpenter Racing to Penske in...
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