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Alexander Rossi claims pole position at Acura Grand Prix of Long Beach

Alexander Rossi took pole position at the Acura Grand Prix of Long Beach, edging out reigning series champion Scott Dixon who appeared to bail out on a faster lap at the end of the session. For Rossi, it is a second consecutive pole at the Long Beach event, having won the event last year from the front row. The California native was pleased to go back-to-back, stating after qualifying that “this one is big, way harder than last year” and that he “wasn’t expecting it to be honest”. Dixon had to settle for second after abandoning what looked like a quicker lap due to having made a mistake, but will still start on the front row in what looks like a stong PNC Bank...
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