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Scott Dixon is hoping to overcome title defence ‘problem’

Scott Dixon has highlighted the highly-competitive nature of the IndyCar championship as he bids to overcome the “problem' of trying to defend his title. Dixon has taken five titles in the series, second equal in the all-time list behind A.J Foyt, but has never managed to retain his crown, having won in 2003, 2008, 2013, 2015 and 2018. The Kiwi came closest to retaining the series title in 2009, he went into the final round in Miami leading the standings by five points, but ultimately finished just 11 points behind then Ganassi team-mate Dario Franchitti after the Scotsman won the race and Dixon finished third. When asked on how he deals with the pressure of being the reigning...
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