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Wickens claims St Pete pole on IndyCar debut

Robert Wickens was hoping to make the Top 10 in his IndyCar debut, but following Saturday's qualifying for the IndyCar season-opener in St Petersburg, the rookie from Canada found himself looking back on his 23 competitors."I'm a little speechless," said Wickens after snaring the pole position in the final lap of a Fast Six session held in greasy conditions due to sprinklings of rain. "Going into the weekend I was hoping we could make it into the Top 10 and when we got into the Fast Six I was like, 'OK let's go have some fun'. My team called great strategy, and made the right changes for the track at the end. Related Stories Related Stories IndyCar Improved fuel mileage...
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