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Wickens: No issues with Pagenaud “because we both made it through”

Canada’s latest IndyCar hero Robert Wickens says losing his wheel-banging fight with Simon Pagenaud over second place would cause no hard feelings because both cars survived the clash. Team Penske’s #22 crew managed to jump Pagenaud ahead of Wickens in the second and final round of pitstops, the 2016 champion having stopped one lap later. The Schmidt Peterson Motorsports-Honda homed in on the tail of the cold-tired Penske, but nerfed it on the rear attenuator rather than got the inside line. The pair then shot off down long straight to Turn 3, Pagenaud protecting the inside line and Wickens getting around one-third-of a car’s length ahead but as he turned in on the longer and more...
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