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Rossi cites luck over set-up for Long Beach pole

Long Beach polesitter Alexander Rossi believes that his 0.35s pole margin owed more to good timing than to any significant car advantage. The gap stood out in a field where positions were determined in some cases by thousandths of a second, and was larger than the margin covering positions two to sixth on the grid. But the Andretti Autosport driver suspected that it was mostly representative of him nailing a particularly narrow performance window. Related Stories Related Stories IndyCar Rossi sets blistering pace for Long Beach pole Rossi leads final Long Beach practice IndyCar Long Beach Saturday video stream Video: Champ Car's final race, 10 years on Andretti hindered by mechanical issue...
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