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Rossi defends late-race St. Pete move

Alexander Rossi thinks there's no reason he couldn't go for the move that led to the collision with race leader Robert Wickens, ruining the day for two of the strongest cars all race long. "They made it very clear in the drivers' meeting that the rule on blocking was you can't move in reaction," Rossi said of his attempt, which was reviewed by IndyCar with no action taken. "If [Wickens] defended the inside, initially, yeah, out of Turn 13 or even halfway down the straight, and then I continued to go to the inside down the white line, then yeah, that's my decision and that's putting my car in danger, but there's no reason why I can't pop and stay next to him. "I don't...
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