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Newgarden wrecks during 500 practice

Team Penske's Josef Newgarden became the second driver to hit the wall during practice for the 101st Indy 500. The Tennessean lost the back end of the No. 2 Chevy in Turn 1, spun and clouted the wall with the left-front suspension before sliding to a stop. The recent Barber Motorsports Park race winner was unhurt in the accident. .@JosefNewgarden has been checked, cleared and released from the infield care center. #INDYCAR #Indy500 Replay of his incident here: pic.twitter.com/sOkE8wyPvp — IndyCar Series (@IndyCar) May 18, 2017 "I'm fine. Tough break for us in the [No.] 2 car with Team Penske," he said. "It's obviously not something you want to do, especially on a day like...
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