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Sebastien Bourdais already looking ahead to championship battle

Four-time IndyCar champion Sebastien Bourdais has admitted he is already looking ahead to a potential championship battle in 2017, after a sensational start to the season for the Frenchman. Despite starting from last position at the season opener at St. Petersburg, Bourdais took advantage of a full course caution to scythe through the order and secure a famous victory. Next time out around the iconic Long Beach street course Bourdais enjoyed further success, crossing the finish line second behind eventual race winner James Hinchcliffe and only just ahead of the Penske of Josef Newgarden. After the first two rounds of the season Bourdais sits atop the drivers’ championship on 93...
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