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Bourdais slams “idiot” rivals after Long Beach disaster

Sebastien Bourdais has been very critical of driving standards and IndyCar race control decisions, after finishing only 13th in the Toyota GP of Long Beach. The Dale Coyne Racing-Honda driver, who scored his 37th Indy car win in the season-opening race at St. Petersburg, appeared to be a contender for second place until he was penalized, damaged and spun over the course of the 85-lap race. “It was such a frustrating day,” said Bourdais who started ninth. “The car was really hooked up. I had a pretty good feeling in the warm up and the conditions stayed the same for the race. “It was a tough call to start on Firestone blacks [primary tires], but I was confident it was the right thing...
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