IndyCar St. Petersburg: Herta tops second practice as Dixon crashes

Two-time St. Petersburg winner Josef Newgarden became the first driver of the session to make contact with the wall, bending the rear toelink of his Team Penske car at the exit of Turn 10.
Meanwhile, the Chip Ganassi Racing team was looking strong in the early minutes of the session, with Indy 500 winner Marcus Ericsson on top with a 1m01.001s, but 15 minutes in, it was the Arrow McLarens of …Keep reading Source

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