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Dixon unhappy with officials for debris caution call

Scott Dixon was critical of the Verizon IndyCar Series officials for bringing out the caution flags for what he described as a ‘small piece of debris’ that ultimately cost him a chance of victory at St. Petersburg. The Chip Ganassi Racing driver was one of a handful of drivers to lose track position due to not having pitted before the yellow flags flew, with debris from a clash between his team-mate Tony Kanaan and Schmidt Peterson Motorsports’ Mikhail Aleshin at turn four causing the caution period. Despite losing significant ground as a result of the resulting pit stop, Dixon drove superbly to clinch a podium finish, albeit well behind leading duo Sebastien Bourdais and Simon...
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