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Mid-Ohio IndyCar: Rossi's two-stop strategy defeats all rivals

Alexander Rossi and Andretti Autosport made a two-stop strategy work on a day when there wasn't a single caution flag, as Robert Wickens led the three-stopping cars to claim second, his fourth podium in his rookie season. Alexander Rossi made a strong start with Power tucking in behind, moving to the right to protect the inside from Ryan Hunter-Reay, and Hunter-Reay had to back off, allowing Newgarden around the outside to claim third, with Robert Wickens holding position in fifth. Takuma Sato, who’d jumped his Rahal Letterman Lanigan Racing-Honda ahead of Max Chilton’s Carlin Racing-Chevrolet, but a retaliatory move by Chilton saw the two made contact in Turn 5, spinning the RLLR car...
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