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Andretti teammates Rossi, Hunter-Reay lead second Long Beach practice

Alexander Rossi was fastest in a busy second IndyCar practice session around the streets of Long Beach on Friday. Rossi stopped the clocks at 1m08.5567s to finish 0.1516s clear of Andretti Autosport teammate Ryan Hunter-Reay, making a spectacular save along the way when he carried a fraction too much speed into a corner and nearly caught the wall on the exit. REPLAY: Did @AlexanderRossi touch or not?#INDYCAR // #TGPLB pic.twitter.com/w5WomdLM6I — IndyCar Series (@IndyCar) April 13, 2018 He wasn't alone in having a heart-in-mouth moment: Coyne's Sebastien Bourdais got away with an even bigger slide, and Simon Pagenaud, Scott Dixon and Zachary Claman De Melo all had to dig themselves out...
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