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Bourdais upset with race control: 'We didn't do anything wrong'

Nobody was more exciting or deserving of a good finish than Sebastien Bourdais during Sunday's 44th annual Toyota Grand Prix of Long Beach. And nobody had less to show for it. Related Stories Related Stories IndyCar Rossi caps dominant weekend with Long Beach win Brake issue dampens King's promising run Rear View: Long Beach IndyCar 1993 Scuderia Corsa laying groundwork for full-time IndyCar program Rossi paces Long Beach warm-up The 39-year-old Frenchman started ninth and charged to the front – making one of the greatest passes in street-course racing history to take second place from Scott Dixon halfway through the race before everything fell apart. Running third on a Lap 46 restart,...
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