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Scott Dixon's roller coaster weekend ends in a podium finish in Toronto

TORONTO, Ont -- It was a roller coaster weekend in Toronto for Scott Dixon. Coming into the weekend, the New Zealander has been undergoing treatment for an apparent arm injury. The injury did not slow down Dixon, who managed to race his way to a podium finish at the Honda Indy Toronto.  During Saturday's qualifying session, Dixon was running a very fast time before spinning the No. 9 PNC Bank Honda out just past the finish. The stewards luckily did not invalidate Dixon's lap after the spin.  During the race it was a two-horse show between Dixon and Simon Pagenaud. The two series heavyweights dueling it out for nearly the entire event, until Will Power...
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