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INSIGHT: The making of an American champion

Page 1 of 2 Josef Newgarden had major question to answer on Sunday. Could he withstand the pressure from the four title rivals who placed a bright red target on his back? Moreover, could he carry the weight of expectations placed on his young shoulders by Roger Penske, Tim Cindric, his sponsors, and all those who helped the Tennessee native get within 85 laps of the championship summit? Following his mistake during the penultimate round in Watkins Glen – only his second significant slip-up of the year, along with Texas – Newgarden clapped back at Sonoma. Critics, of which there are surprisingly few, were silenced. It started when the 26-year-old phenom ripped pole position away from...
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