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Josef Newgarden praises varying strategies at Long Beach

Josef Newgarden has praised the varying strategies used during the Toyota Grand Prix of Long Beach, stating that the mixed up nature of the race made it much more fun than last year’s event. This year the race was extended by five laps in a bid to make drivers opt for different strategies from one another, after last season’s event went caution-free for only the fourth time in history with practically the entire field on identical strategies. Eventual race winner James Hinchcliffe completed a two-stop strategy along with Ryan Hunter-Reay, while initial race leader Scott Dixon and Newgarden committed to three-stop strategies which ultimately failed to pay off. However, Newgarden...
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