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St. Pete IndyCar: Hunter-Reay leads second session

Ryan Hunter-Reay put Andretti Autosport on top as teams tried their alternate ‘reds’ in the second session, and he led a Honda 1-2 as James Hinchcliffe was second in the Schmidt Peterson Motorsports entry. The 2012 champion took just 60.8295sec to lap the street/runway course in downtown St. Petersburg, Florida, and that was enough to eclipse Hinchcliffe by just 0.04sec who completed 20 laps. Three champions occupied the next three places with multiple St. Pete polesitter Will Power in third for Penske-Chevrolet, having been fastest on the harder primary tires. Scott Dixon’s Chip Ganassi Racing-Honda was fourth, and reigning champion Josef Newgarden was fifth. Alexander Rossi and...
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