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Newgarden beats out Power in second IndyCar race from Iowa

Josef Newgarden put his pole position to good use in the second round of the double-header from Iowa Speedway, leading the most laps and taking a dominating victory.  The reigning IndyCar series champion had started from the front in two of the previous races this season, but this is the first win he has been able to bring home. Newgarden was highly disappointed in his fifth-place finish on Friday, saying that he thought he had the best car in the field.  Tonight he proved that he did indeed have the car to beat, and nobody was able to keep up all night. Fellow Team Penske driver Will Power finished second, recovering from a disappointing race the night before that saw him crash...
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