Nashville winner Dixon feared his race was ruined by shunt

In a race when 36 of the 80 laps were run under caution, Dixon’s #9 Chip Ganassi Racing-Honda was one of the early victims. Having started 14th and climbing to 11th, under the second caution of the day he and most of his rivals pitted but an air-jack failure dropped him to the back of the field.
Then, after Graham Rahal knocked Pato O’Ward into Will Power, bringing both the Rahal Letterman …Keep reading Source

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