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Inside Hinchcliffe’s wild Pocono slide

If the Guinness Book of World Records has an award for the longest and fastest drift, Verizon IndyCar Series James Hinchcliffe should keep an eye on his mailbox, because there's a prize on the way. The Canadian ace successfully completed one of the most incredible drifts open-wheel racing has ever seen during Sunday's ABC Supply 500 at Pocono Raceway, and according to his on-board data system, the No. 5 Schmidt Peterson Motorsports Honda did things an IndyCar was never designed to do. Wow, @Hinchtown... just wow. WHAT A SAVE! #INDYCAR #ABCSupply500 https://t.co/1I2Xejdij6 pic.twitter.com/ctODDkJrvO — IndyCar Series (@IndyCar) August 20, 2017 Entering Turn 1 on Lap 102, Hinchcliffe was...
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