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Sebastien Bourdais takes St Petersburg victory as leaders collide

If yesterday’s first race of the 2018 Verizon IndyCar Series is an indication of what is to come for the rest of the year, fans and drivers alike are in for a wild, unpredictable roller-coaster of a 2018 season. When the dust had settled on Sunday afternoon in downtown St Petersburg, it was Sébastien Bourdais who repeated his 2017 performance to win the Firestone Grand Prix of St. Petersburg. But it was only after rookie Robert Wickens and Alexander Rossi collided while battling for the lead on the next-to-last of 110 edge-of-your-seat laps that the St Petersburg based Frenchman took the lead.  For Bourdais though, the rewards of being in the right place at the right...
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