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Hunter-Reay, Power and Rahal dispute on-track tangles

On a wild opening lap of Sunday's REV Group Grand Prix at Road America, Will Power's Verizon Team Penske Chevy hit Ryan Hunter-Reay's DHL Andretti Autosport Honda in the left-rear tire (pictured), pushing him off the track and into the tire barriers in Turn 1 before shoving Graham Rahal wide in Turn 3, where he sideswiped Felix Rosenqvist before clouting the wall. IndyCar officials penalized Power for avoidable contact and sent him to the back of the field on the restart — where he promptly threw his Verizon Chevy off the track in Turn 14 and ruined the front wing. 'He's (Power) getting what he deserves,' said Rahal while watching the monitor and being interviewed by NBC. 'It's...
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