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Exciting changes to Portland layout - Rahal

Graham Rahal remembers the wild, seven-abreast, standing start as the Champ Car boys tried to funnel into Turn 1 at Portland in 2007 but he says there's a good chance the backside of the 1.9-mile road course is going to be just as crazy. "A couple corners are different – 5-6-7. It's a lot quicker out of Turn 5 and Turn 6 is now a left-hander and it's much wider," said the IndyCar veteran after making some laps Thursday in a Honda Civic Si around the series newest addition to the 2018 series in a driving rainstorm. "But Turn 7 is really interesting because it's much wider, like seven cars wide, and tighter too so there's going to be a lot of moves made – or attempted –...
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