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Carlin counts pluses and minuses from St. Pete debut

Trevor Carlin's debut as a Verizon IndyCar Series team owner at St. Petersburg wasn't particularly rewarding in terms of how both his drivers finished in the race. Max Chilton (pictured below) came home 19th after starting 20th, and teammate Charlie Kimball (above) followed an identical routine by improving one position, taking 20th after starting from 21st. Although speed was lacking for Carlin's Chevy-powered outfit, the same could be said for most of the other new teams and some of the veteran programs also searched for missing pace. From his vantage point, Carlin says outside of the results sheet, the team's first showing in IndyCar had more positives than negatives to build from going...
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