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Down But Not Out, Bourdais Pulls Off Emotional Come From Behind Win!

When something works, it just works. Such is the case of the pairing of driver Sebastien Bourdais and his engineer Craig Hampson, who celebrated many championships together prior the merger of Champ Car and the IRL. So when it was announced in the off season that the newly rideless Bourdais was being reunited with Hampson and heading to Dale Coyne Racing, the consensus was that things could turn around for DCR, and the potential for podiums was high. But that notion was put on hold on Saturday when the tenured driver stuffed the car into the tires during round one of qualifying, relegating him the back of the field to kick off the 2017 season. Against what should have been insurmountable...
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