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Bourdais rues qualifying crash at St. Petersburg

Sebastien Bourdais was unsure to what happened early in qualifying around the streets of St. Petersburg as he crashed out at turn thirteen without setting a time. The Dale Coyne Racing driver’s incident with the tyre barrier brought out the red flags, and it means the Frenchman will start the race from the back of the field in twenty-first position despite having been inside the top ten for much of the weekend during practice. Bourdais was unclear to the reasons why his brakes locked up and propelled him into the barriers, but he now will have to fight through the field on Sunday. 'I have no idea what happened, everything felt fine in Turn 10,” said Bourdais. “I got on the brakes and...
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