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Charlie Kimball blames Will Power for opening lap shunt at Long Beach

Charlie Kimball has blamed Will Power for their opening lap shunt at the Toyota Grand Prix of Long Beach. Despite a relatively competitive qualifying session which saw Kimball start the race from seventh, the Chip Ganassi racer immediately failed to capitalise after making light contact with Tony Kanaan on the run down to Turn 1. Kimball’s poor start to the race continued through Turns 2 and 3 as he found himself under strong pressure from the Penske of Power. Eventually the duo’s battle ended with contact as they tried to negotiate Turn 4 side-by-side, with Kimball leaving Power absolutely no room.  The resulting contact shunted Kimball heavily into the wall, forcing him...
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