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Will Power triumphs in tense IndyGP thriller, claims 200th Penske win

Will Power secured victory in a tense and thrilling race at the IndyCar Grand Prix to claim Penske's 200th series win. The Australian driver led the field away at the start and remained there until after the first round of stops, where he battled with rookie Robert Wickens, as the pair traded alternating tyre strategies until the final stint. Many drivers preferred the red-striped alternate softer tyre throughout the race while the primary, harder black tyres struggled for pace and durability, setting up a finely-poised run to the flag. On lap 56 out of 85, Penske's Josef Newgarden tried a lacklustre overtake on Sebastien Bourdais and this led to the American spinning and...
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