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Power wins his second Indy GP

– Will Power won his second IndyCar Grand Prix of Indianapolis from pole position after a late-race challenge from team-mate Hélio Castroneves fizzled in the final stint. The two had traded undercuts and the lead on their pit stops, but in the end Power cruised to the finish while Castroneves dropped through the order on scuffed black tyres.The win is the 30th of his career and his first in 2017, coming in the series' first caution-free race since Long Beach last year.An unusually clean start saw nearly every car make it through the first lap, with a cut rear tyre on Tony Kanaan's Ganassi machine as the only casualty. Marco Andretti provided the cutting nudge, earning him a...
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