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'Oddly quiet' at Penske as IndyCar title race heats up: Newgarden

Josef Newgarden says it's business as usual within the walls of Team Penske as the team heads toward what could be an in-house battle for the 2017 IndyCar title. Newgarden goes into this weekend's Pocono round with a seven point lead over teammate Helio Castroneves, and all four Penske drivers placed in the top five, where they joined by Ganassi's Scott Dixon. "I think we all want to be the best within the team, but it's very clear on the way that we work that we work together," said Newgarden, who is on a two-race win streak. "We try and help the whole group be better, and if it's not me winning a race or winning the championship, then we focus on trying to get at least one...
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