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Hunter-Reay expected to start at Pocono after qualifying crash

Ryan Hunter-Reay limped away from his vicious crash Saturday but it appears the 2014 Indianapolis 500 winner will be able to run in Sunday's ABC Supply 500 at Pocono. "Ryan passed all his X-rays and he's plenty sore but his injury is kind of like a hip pointer in football," said Dr. Terry Trammell, safety consultant for IndyCar and longtime orthopedic guru for drivers everywhere. "He'll be real sore tomorrow but he can probably run because the adrenaline will kick in and he's a racer." Related Stories Related Stories IndyCar IndyCar video: Rahal Visor Cam at Pocono Sato takes Pocono pole in crash-filled session Pagenaud's team nailed setup for 'Tricky' turns IndyCar...
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