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Hunter-Reay overcomes early issues to take P4 at St. Pete

Despite finding himself in the wall at turn ten during morning warm-up and almost losing a lap early on at St. Petersburg on Sunday, Ryan Hunter-Reay recovered superbly, and grabbed fourth place at the line from Andretti Autosport team-mate Takuma Sato. The former Verizon IndyCar Series champion found himself in the wall on Sunday morning after braking issues on his #28 machine, and Hunter-Reay hit pit lane just as the green flag flew due to engine issues. But Hunter-Reay was able to stay on the lead lap and then drove strongly to move into contention for a top five result, before his late pass on Sato for fourth. 'It was a wild weekend,” said Hunter-Reay. “From the ups and downs of...
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