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Andretti-Herta pairing already paying off

The mood in Marco Andretti's pits after his run to seventh place on Sunday reflected a mix of old and new mindsets. The third-generation driver, accustomed to heavy criticism from fans and even his own family, could only see the mistakes he made during the St. Petersburg event. It has become a predictable routine: After leaping from the car, Andretti rushed to admit his errors and shortcoming to all who would listen as a defense mechanism. Despite starting 15th and improving to seventh, he zeroed in on how he limited the team's chances of a better result. Related Stories Related Stories IndyCar Stoneman turns to GTs but still eyes Indy 500 Bourdais basking in Coyne's St. Pete spotlight...
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