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Mid-Ohio IndyCar: Rossi earns brilliant one-shot pole

Alexander Rossi scored the fourth pole of his career and third of the season after completing just a single qualifying lap in the Firestone Fast Six, beating the best efforts of Team Penske-Chevrolet’s Will Power. Rossi lapped the 2.258-mile course in 64.6802sec, an average speed of 125.677mph, to beat last year pole-winner Power by over 0.2sec, with Hunter-Reay a further 0.1sec off. Power will be making his 200th Indy car start tomorrow. Defending race-winner Josef Newgarden was 0.4533sec off top spot, just 0.04sec ahead of Schmidt Peterson Motorsports’ Robert Wickens. The biggest surprise was Max Chilton of Carlin Racing-Chevrolet earning sixth place in the team’s debut season....
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