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Power disappointed with ‘typical’ St. Pete after various issues

Will Power endured a tough opening Verizon IndyCar Series opener as the pole sitter suffered early vibrations, pit lane penalties and finally engine problems at St. Petersburg on Sunday. The Team Penske driver held the lead at the start but the lock up cost him some time, and also allowed James Hinchcliffe to jump him at the first restart, but after pitting early to change tyres, he then ran over the air hose to earn himself a drive-through penalty. Once the penalty was taken, Power was always on the back foot, being out of sync with pit stops before the engine issues came, and eventually he was black flagged by officials for running too slowly on track. 'We locked up the right front there...
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