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Scott Dixon questions ‘mysterious caution’ during St. Petersburg race

Scott Dixon has questioned the “mysterious” second caution period during the Firestone Grand Prix of St. Petersburg. The caution ultimately turned the order upside down and allowed Sebastien Bourdais and other drivers who started at the back of the grid to gain a tactical advantage. On Lap 26 of the race the second and final full course caution was caused when Mikhail Aleshin made light contact with the rear of Tony Kanaan’s Ganassi at Turn 3.  Although both drivers managed to continue racing, slight damage was caused to the rear of Kanaan’s car and debris was scattered on the track, albeit off the racing line.  At this stage of the race half of field...
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