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Series champion Scott Dixon admits fearing Rossi fightback during Sonoma GP

2018 IndyCar champion Scott Dixon feared a fightback from title-rival Alexander Rossi after the Californian's first lap clash with team-mate Marco Andretti at the Grand Prix of Sonoma. As the race began with Ryan Hunter-Reay leading the field away, Rossi ended up into the back of Andretti's #98 US Concrete car, breaking his front wing which further caused a puncture on the front right tyre. Rossi limped his #27 NAPA Auto Parts car back to the pits whilst taking a different route around NASCAR layout of the Sonoma circuit, but handed the places he gained in the esses section before making his way onto pit road. Dixon admits once he was told about Rossi's misfortune in the race,...
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