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Newgarden edges Dixon for the pole in Texas qualifying

Josef Newgarden captured the pole for Saturday night’s Genesys 300 at Texas Motor Speedway. The reigning and two-time IndyCar champion was the last of 24 drivers to go out, and put down a two-lap qualifying run averaging 215.740 mph. [email protected]'s championship defense is starting out strong! The @Team_Penske driver qualified on the pole for tonight's race at @TXMotorSpeedway. Tune in at 8PM ET on @NBC. #BackOnTrack pic.twitter.com/J44tuIbYh7 — IndyCar on NBC (@IndyCaronNBC) June 6, 2020 “I don’t know that I’m surprised, but I will say that this feels awkward,” said Newgarden, driver of the No. 1 Team Penske Chevrolet. “There are no fans. There’s no crowd in...
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