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Scott Dixon calls for extension to Long Beach race distance

Reigning NTT IndyCar Series champion Scott Dixon has called for the race distance of the Grand Prix of Long Beach to be extended in order to spice up the racing after Alexander Rossi dominated the race for a second successive year. The race was largely processional despite Dixon's own late-race charge, this came after a slow pit-stop hampered his afternoon where he was able to rescue a podium finish after race officials intervened in the last-lap clash with Graham Rahal. Dixon believes the current distance of 85 laps around the South Californian street circuit makes it too easy to manage tyre life, which in turn offers little in the way of creating different...
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