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Newgarden: IndyCar title 'dream come true'

– Josef Newgarden labelled his 2017 title as a "dream come true" after he was crowned as IndyCar's new champion by finishing second in the season finale at Sonoma.Newgarden entered the last race with a four-point advantage over Ganassi's Scott Dixon, having claimed pole position, and his coronation as champion was rarely in doubt throughout the 85-lap race.The three-stopping American was overhauled in the fight for victory by four-stopping team-mate Simon Pagenaud, but second was still more than enough for Newgarden to take the title."I'm so proud of these guys, I don't even know what to say, it was all year," Newgarden said of his Penske crew."I'm happy to...
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