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James Hinchcliffe: Banner ruined car performance, Max Chilton has no respect

Arrow Schmidt Peterson Motorsports James Hinchcliffe was left wanting more after a lacklustre performance at the opening race of the NTT IndyCar season in St.Petersburg. The Canadian driver had qualified in ninth-place after a tough qualifying session and was left with work to do throughout the race. After a solid push through the race with a solid three-stop strategy he finished in sixth, however, it wasn't smooth sailing. Later on in race a trackside banner which lined the concrete wall on the pit exit had been torn off by another car and fell onto the track, Hinchcliffe was unlucky enough to have picked it up on his #5 Arrow SPM car and be stuck with it for the latter stages of the...
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