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Will Power remains fastest in interrupted final INDYCAR GP practice

Will Power has remained fastest after an interrupted final practice session at the Indianapolis Motor Speedway road course ahead of the INDYCAR Grand Prix.  The 2014 champion was immediately on the pace at the start of the session, producing the initial benchmark as the 22-car field continued their preparations for the 85-lap race. Once again Chevrolet showed that they still hold an advantage over Honda on one-lap pace, with Penske ending the 45-minute session locking-out the top three positions.  Josef Newgarden ended proceedings in P2 after yet another competitive session, ahead of 1999 champion Juan Pablo Montoya. The Columbian racer, who is only competing in the two races at...
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