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Last to first: Bourdais wins St. Pete in Coyne debut

Forced to start last after a qualifying incident, St. Petersburg resident Sebastien Bourdais put an emphatic xclamation point on an offseason of change at Dale Coyne Racing by picking up his 36th career Verizon IndyCar Series win with a 10-second victory in the series opener. “Boys, I can’t thank you enough,” an emotional Bourdais said on the radio after taking the checkered flag. “Dale, I’ll be forever in debt to you, man. Thanks for bringing my crew back. Thanks for giving me that opportunity.” Defending series champion Simon Pagenaud finished second and Chip Ganassi Racing's Scott Dixon wound up third. Ryan Hunter-Reay, who lost his brakes and crashed in the morning warm-up,...
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