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Indy serves up a cocktail of miseries for Andretti Autosport

The table was set for an Andretti butt-kicking. Marco Andretti was on pole, Ryan Hunter-Reay, James Hinchcliffe and Alexander Rossi were starting fifth, sixth and ninth, with Colton Herta taking the green flag from the 10th slot. They'd been fast in practice, in traffic and in windy and hot conditions. But Sunday's 104th Indianapolis 500 turned out to be a huge disappointment for Michael Andretti's team. His son never led a lap and finished 13th, while his top gun hit the wall after a questionable penalty and one of his former winners was fast early before being derailed in the pits. It's hard to imagine Hinch's seventh place as the best showing. 'What a nightmare,' said one of the...
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