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Rossi is the “standout” in IndyCar now, says Power

Penske-Chevrolet’s Will Power believes that the driver who beat him to Long Beach victory, Alexander Rossi, is could be the primary championship contender in 2018, as the Andretti Autosport driver claimed his third consecutive top-three finish. Power, a two-time Toyota GP of Long Beach winner, kept pace with Rossi over the closing stint of the race, with liberal use of his push-to-pass boost, but couldn’t close on the #27 car and eventually finished just over one second adrift. On top of two third places in St. Petersburg and Phoenix, the result moved Rossi to the top of the points standings. Said Power: “I needed to get close enough to him to make him use his, but I just stayed at...
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