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Optimism for Chip Ganassi Racing despite missing out on pole at St. Petersburg

There is a sense of optimism within the four-car Chip Ganassi Racing outfit after qualifying for the 2017 season opener in St. Petersburg, even though Penske and Chevrolet still managed to grab the all-important pole position. All weekend Honda and Chip Ganassi Racing have been surprising many with strong pace in comparison to rival teams running Chevrolet power, most notably Penske.  Although Penske and Chevrolet still managed to secure pole pole position at the hands of Will Power, all four drivers including veterans of the sport Scott Dixon and Tony Kanaan are remaining extremely optimistic of their chances in the 110-lap race. Dixon in particular will line-up alongside Power on...
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