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Caution periods killed fuel mileage advantage - Alexander Rossi

Andretti Autosport's Alexander Rossi believes the fuel mileage advantage he had over Simon Pagenaud was killed off by the late race caution periods during the Indianapolis 500. Throughout the race, it was clear the Honda engines were able to manage a fuel advantage over the Chevrolet powered entries, albeit they lacked the same horsepower in clear air to keep pace with their rivals. Rossi, who had come through the field while Pagenaud led the race for 116 laps, was able to stretch the fuel stints longer than the Penske driver and appeared to have an advantage going into the final quarter of the race should it have remained green. However, two cautions were thrown, one on...
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