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Tracy would make the same move as Rossi

If anyone was going to side with Robert Wickens after being knocked out of the lead and a potential win in St. Petersburg, it's his countryman, Paul Tracy. The Don of Canadian IndyCar racing, however, wasn't swayed by love of country or his strong affinity for the Schmidt Peterson Motorsports rookie in reviewing the incident between Wickens and Andretti Autosport's Alexander Rossi. "By all accounts, Wickens had an amazing first weekend in IndyCar, and he's an amazing talent," Tracy told RACER. "I've known him since he was a baby; his parents had me take a picture with him at the [Toronto] Molson Indy race when he was an infant, and then he was with my team where I won the...
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