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St. Pete IndyCar: Bourdais steals win after Wickens and Rossi clash

Dale Coyne Racing-Honda’s Sebastien Bourdais scored the 37th win of his career and his second successive St. Petersburg victory, after Alexander Rossi took a huge chance on the final restart and wiped out brilliant rookie Robert Wickens. Two series veterans suffered on Lap 1, as Ryan Hunter-Reay immediately dropped into the pits for an ECU reboot from the Andretti Autosport-Honda team while Will Power spun his Penske-Chevrolet at Turn 2 as he ran out of room and went up on the curb to avoid clattering Schmidt Peterson Motorsports’ polesitter Robert Wickens. Power’s spin sent him rear-first backed it into the wall on the exit. Further around the lap Tony Kanaan was sent nose-first into...
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