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Bourdais repeats at St. Pete as Wickens, Rossi crash

Alexander Rossi went for it, Robert Wickens got punted out of the lead and Sebastian Bourdais scored another unlikely victory at St. Pete in one of the craziest IndyCar season openers in recent memory Sunday afternoon. Related Stories Related Stories IndyCar St Pete lap record underlines King's royal debut Rossi tops final IndyCar warm-up Video: Sunday at the 2018 Firestone GP of St. Petersburg IndyCar Visor Cam: Hinchcliffe at St. Pete Schmidt Peterson moves in right direction Wickens, the rookie pole-sitter who led 69 of the 110 laps and drove flawlessly for Schmidt Peterson Motorsports, was out in front with two laps to go on the restart when Rossi tried to dive under him going into...
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