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Alexander Rossi dominates to clinch victory in Long Beach

Andretti Autosport driver Alexander Rossi put on a dominant performance to claim his third IndyCar victory around the streets of Long Beach. After clinching the Verizon P1 award on Saturday for putting the car on pole position by nearly 0.5secs, Rossi was able to run an inspired two-stop strategy in the race which not one of his rivals was able to replicate. Despite being brought back into the field numerous times thanks to a handful of caution periods over the course of the 85 laps, the 2016 Indy 500 winner was able to pull away from the chasing pack with relative ease at every time of asking, even on the final restart where Will Power hounded the local driver right to the chequered flag....
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