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Ryan Hunter-Reay snatches pole from Scott Dixon ahead of Sonoma Finale

Andretti Autosport's Ryan Hunter Reay scored his first pole Long Beach in 2014 after snatching pole position away from championship leader Scott Dixon on his final run in the Fast 6 for the final race of the season in Sonoma. Initially it looked like Dixon would earn his first pole of the season around the Californian circuit and posting a 1:17:759, however, in the dying moments of the session Hunter-Reay in his #28 DHL machine crossed the line over a tenth quicker to deny the Kiwi what could be an important championship point which is handed out for pole position. Going into Sunday's race, Dixon will remain 29 points clear of Alexander Rossi and will line-up on the outside of the...
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