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Long Beach IndyCar: Rossi dominates race to grab championship lead

Alexander Rossi added a street course win to his burgeoning résumé at Long Beach, the Andretti Autosport-Honda driver holding off Team Penske-Chevrolet’s Will Power in a late-race shootout. Rossi led away from pole, while Power made a poor start, then recovered to claim second. But on the outside line, Graham Rahal nudged into Simon Pagenaud and spun the #22 Penske into the wall. Rahal held the moment to claim third, but went under stewards’ investigation and was issued a drive through penalty. Meanwhile Hunter-Reay clipped Scott Dixon’s left-rear, and under the caution, he had to pit for a new front wing. So behind Power, ran Dixon (Ganassi), Josef Newgarden (Penske), James...
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