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Takuma Sato claims Texas pole by 0.02s over Scott Dixon

Takuma Sato claimed his ninth IndyCar career pole position on Friday for the DXC Technology 600. The Japanese racer pipped defending Texas race winner and reigning series champion Scott Dixon by 0.02s, with an average speed of 220.250 mph across two laps at the Texas Motor Speedway. The 42-year-old racing veteran cherished the pole at one of IndyCar's most famous circuits: 'Here in Texas, it's kind of dreaming about it to be on pole,' Sato said. 'I’ve been saying that to the guys, that this is one of the iconic tracks in the NTT IndyCar Series – high banking, very fast passing. … To be on pole is great. 'Certainly the team gave us unbelievable...
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