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James Hinchcliffe storms to victory in strategic Long Beach Grand Prix

James Hinchcliffe has stormed to victory after a highly strategic Toyota Grand Prix of Long Beach, holding onto the lead during a caution-filled end to the 85-lap race. The Canadian racer assumed the lead of the race after the final round of pit-stops, rejoining the action ahead of Ryan Hunter-Reay after staying out on track for one extra lap before making his final stop. Four-time champion Scott Dixon led the early stages of the race after pole sitter Helio Castroneves suffered a torrid start, with the IndyCar veteran plummeting immediately down the order. Although Dixon looked imperious in the lead during the early stages of the race, the Chip Ganassi racer committed to a three-stop...
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