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Rough day at St. Pete for IndyCar's rookies

Robert Wickens came within 25 turns of winning on his Verizon IndyCar Series debut, Jordan King led until the cartoon anvil kept finding his car, and the trio of Rene Binder, Matheus Leist and Jack Harvey met an assortment of walls, tire barriers, or stifling setbacks as the rookie class had a largely forgettable day in St. Petersburg. Related Stories Related Stories IndyCar Honda sweeps St. Pete podium, eight of top 10 spots "He carried on to a podium, and I ended up in the fence" - Wickens VIDEO: IndyCar St Pete race report Wickens rues pace car confusion on restart Rossi defends late-race St. Pete move Zach Veach went home with the best result – 16th place – but there was...
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