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Wickens will be an IndyCar champion, says Power

Schmidt Peterson Motorsports’ IndyCar rookie Robert Wickens will be the series champion, according to Team Penske’s Will Power, who added that the title could even go the Canadian’s way this year. On Friday, Power beat Wickens to pole position on the Indianapolis Motor Speedway road course by mere hundredths of a second – much as Wickens had done to Power on the Canadian’s debut in St. Petersburg in March – and the pair then had a spirited battle for the first two-thirds of the race. They gave each other racing room in their two dices for the lead, as one would gain an edge through using the faster tire compound. Wickens fell to third behind Scott Dixon in the final stint as he...
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