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Dixon on Texas win: “It's not often you get a runaway in this series”

Scott Dixon described his third Texas Motor Speedway victory as an “all around great team effort” after leading the last 119 laps of the race, pointing out that kind of domination is rare in the IndyCar Series’ current era. The four-time champion scored his 43rd Indy car win, to move into a clear third in the all-time winner list, and also grabbed the championship lead. The Chip Ganassi Racing-Honda ace now heads Alexander Rossi by 23 points, Will Power by 36, Ryan Hunter-Reay by 49 and defending champion Josef Newgarden by 68. “I think we kind of just played it fairly cool to start with,” he said afterward. “The car felt really good out of the box. We actually ran on some...
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