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‘Silly' Texas crash tough to accept – Rosenqvist

Chip Ganassi's Felix Rosenqvist felt his ‘silly' crash was tough to accept' as he dropped out of the Genesys 300 whilst battling for the lead with just 10 laps remaining. The Swedish driver had been running in the top five throughout the race and had been catching team-mate and eventual race-winner, Scott Dixon, in the second half of the race as the duo got caught up in lapped traffic. After making his final pit stop, Rosenqvist attempted to follow Marco Andretti past the lapped car of James Hinchcliffe. Unfortunately, this left the Ganassi driver on the slippery high line which had lacked grip, eventually sending him into the outside wall. ADVERTISEMENT “I have very rarely been...
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