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I can't blame anyone, it's my fault - Josef Newgarden

Team Penske's Josef Newgarden has said he takes blames himself for the crash which ended his and James Hinchcliffe's afternoon in the second race of the 'Dual in Detroit' The incident came after Hinchcliffe left the pits after a not so smooth pit stop on lap 33, the Canadian made haste on the exit and moved onto the racing line to slow the run of Newgarden who was also being chased down by Andretti Autosport Alexander Rossi. Newgarden was checked-up and had to slow down, allowing Rossi a run on him towards Turn 3, the Californian looked to try and pass but sensibly backed out of it. The 2017 series champion made the late move on Hinchcliffe's #5...
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