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Bourdais chasing Florida hat trick

The state of Florida has been more than generous with one of its adopted sons, and if Ford Chip Ganassi Racing's Sebastien Bourdais can win his class this weekend at Sebring, the Frenchman could complete an unbelievable hat trick. In the span of 42 days, Bourdais became a class winner in January's Rolex 24 at Daytona with the Ganassi Ford team and backed it up with a win on Sunday in his hometown of St. Petersburg as his Dale Coyne Racing Honda team slayed IndyCar's giants at its season opener. If he can steer the No. 66 Ford GT into Victory Lane Saturday night with teammates Joey Hand and Dirk Muller, it would cap an amazing, once-in-a-lifetime string of success for the 38-year-old...
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