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Alexander Rossi brands Takuma Sato 'disgraceful' after opening lap crash

Alexander Rossi has branded IndyCar rival Takuma Sato 'disgraceful' after an opening lap crash during Sunday's ABC Supply 500 at Pocono. Rossi, who started second behind title rival Josef Newgarden, got a poor start and dropped down the order and found himself sandwiched between Ryan Hunter-Reay and Takuma Sato. The Japanese racer then cut across prematurely, forcing Rossi into Hunter-Reay which led to a five-car pile-up and an extended red flag. Speaking after the incident, Rossi squarely put the blame on Sato and branded his move 'disgraceful' considering last year's incident involving Robert Wickens, which left the Canadian with severe injuries. 'We were three-wide. Ryan on...
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