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Veach’s engine power issues identified ahead of Indy 500

Andretti Autosport’s Zach Veach believes his car troubles have been fixed and he can compete at the front of the field once the Indianapolis 500 gets underway this Sunday. The 25-year-old driver had a disappointing qualifying session, completing his four-lap run at an average speed of 229.961 MPH.  This was only good enough for 17th, and was over a full mile-per-hour slower than his Andretti Autosport team-mates. The team has since identified a fuel mixture problem was the cause of the slower pace, and has corrected the issue.  This has left Veach with a positive outlook heading into the race weekend. “The only reason we weren’t with [my team-mates] is we had a small...
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