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Power has his weekend unravel at GMR Grand Prix

Team Penske’s Will Power had a disappointing result in the second race of the NTT IndyCar season.  The polesitter held the lead for much of the first half of the GMR Grand Prix, but a poorly-timed caution for the wrecked car of Oliver Askew stuck the 2014 champion back in the pack and he ended the day in 20th position. Before his day fell apart, Power looked to have a good chance of continuing Team Penske’s five-race winning streak at the event.  But even though he led the most laps on the day, a good result was not in the cards. “We had a great Verizon Chevy and definitely had the speed that we showed in qualifying,” said Power.  “Just got caught out by an...
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