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Indy GP: Power tops King, Rossi in FP2

Team Penske-Chevrolet’s Will Power remained top in the second practice session for tomorrow’s IndyCar Grand Prix, but again it was by the narrowest of margins, edging Ed Carpenter Racing-Chevy’s Jordan King by a mere 0.0363sec. As the drivers tried out the red-sidewalled softer compound Firestones to give themselves a heads-up prior to qualifying, Power unleashed a 69.8759sec, the fastest lap of the weekend. However, this was still two seconds off his track record from last year, using the downforce-laden manufacturer aerokits. Power’s time equated to an average speed of 125.657mph around the 2.349-mile course. King was around 0.07sec ahead of Andretti Autosport-Honda’s...
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