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Many parallels with Franchitti's first in Rosenqvist's breakout triumph

Dario Franchitti doesn’t remember much from the night when he won his first IndyCar race. The Scot’s breakthrough drive at Road America in 1998 (photo above), delivered behind the wheel of a Team Kool Green Reynard-Honda, was followed by his dear friend, the late Greg Moore, leading a party to Siebkens, the famous local bar and inn, where a raging night of celebration would take place. It’s here where the rest of the story starts to get blurry for Chip Ganassi Racing’s advisor, driver coach, and mentor. Last Sunday at Elkhart Lake, the post-race trip to Siebkens was the only thing missing after Franchitti’s young Swedish charge, Felix Rosenqvist, captured his first IndyCar win....
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