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Kanaan predicts "boring" Texas race, Dixon plays down worries

Tony Kanaan has predicted a dull race at Texas Motor Speedway this evening, but former teammate Scott Dixon says that IndyCar has put driver skill back in the equation and approves the efforts to avoid a pack race. Last year’s Texas race saw Will Power and Scott Dixon fight a duel almost to the checkered flag until Takuma Sato made a misjudgment that wiped out Dixon and others. Earlier, Kanaan’s collision with James Hinchcliffe triggered the biggest accident of the night. This year, with the new superspeedway kit, IndyCar has endeavored to tread the fine line between pack racing and allowing passing. A softer tire compound from Firestone theoretically should force drivers to care for...
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