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Toronto IndyCar: Dixon leads warm-up, King shunts

Scott Dixon led the raceday warm-up for Chip Ganassi Racing, beating polesitter Josef Newgarden by over 0.2sec, but Jordan King bounced off the inside curbing at Turn 8 and put his Ed Carpenter Racing-Chevrolet into the wall. Dixon lapped the 1.786-mile course in 59.1394sec to beat the Penske-Chevrolet  of defending champion and defending Toronto race winner Newgarden by 0.2290sec. Ryan Hunter-Reay and Marco Andretti were third and fourth for Andretti Autosport-Honda, ahead of Graham Rahal in the Rahal Letterman Lanigan Racing-Honda. Ed Jones was sixth in the second Ganassi car, his best time coming on red tires, while Conor Daly was a highly impressive seventh for Harding Racing. He rolls...
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