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Toronto IndyCar: Dixon dominates, title rivals caught in carnage

Scott Dixon was in commanding form in Toronto once his principal title rivals hit the wall and/or each other, while Simon Pagenaud came home second ahead of hometown heroes Robert Wickens and James Hinchcliffe. At the start, Will Power made a dramatic flick to the inside of teammate Simon Pagenaud to move up into third… except it became fourth when Andretti Autosport’s Ryan Hunter-Reay zapped both of them around the outside to move into third behind the polesitting Penske of Josef Newgarden and the Chip Ganassi Racing-Honda of Scott Dixon. Alexander Rossi’s Andretti car then tried to make a move around Power in the final complex but when he was rebuffed, he lost momentum and Takuma...
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