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Texas IndyCar: Dixon dominates, takes lead in the championship

Scott Dixon took his 43rd career victory to move past Michael Andretti in the all-time IndyCar winner list, leading 119 of 248 laps at Texas Motor Speedway, and moving into the points lead as Penske’s Will Power was eliminated in a collision. The three Penske-Chevrolets departed in formation, Josef Newgarden leading Simon Pagenaud and Will Power. Alexander Rossi’s Andretti Autosport-Honda moved up three places to fifth behind Robert Wickens’ Schmidt Peterson Motorsports Honda, and the pair of them towed Tony Kanaan’s AJ Foyt Racing-Chevrolet along as they initially pressured Power. Their attempts were stalled by a full-course caution for the other Foyt car, that of Matheus Leist,...
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