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2018 IndyCar mid-season review

Nine races down, eight to go in the 2018 Verizon IndyCar Series and it’s become a battle of the giants. The top five positions are occupied by four champions and a rapidly rising star, while in seventh is a true super-rookie. By David Malsher.   Photo by: Phillip Abbott / LAT Images There have been times in the recent past where IndyCar’s principal championship protagonists have rarely locked horns on racedays; when one was up, the other three or four would be down, and so the title battle would ebb and flow, each ace having a day or two in the sun while the others licked their wounds. This is not one of those years. Our top five, all of whom have won at least one race this year, are...
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