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Indy GP: Power edges Wickens to take 51st IndyCar pole

Will Power scored his first pole of the season, his third on the Indianapolis Motor Speedway road course, and the 51st of his Indy car career, beating Robert Wickens by a mere 0.087sec. The Team Penske-Chevrolet driver chose an unusual tactic in the Firestone Fast Six, setting a strong banker lap on one set of alternate tires – clocking a time that would have earned him fifth – and then going out on a newer (but still used) set to nail a 69.8182sec. Power’s 51st pole lifts him to joint third in the all-time pole-winner’s list with Helio Castroneves (although one of the Brazilian’s poles came as a result of heat races at Iowa rather than a legitimate qualifying session). After...
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