O’Ward fumes over lapped cars costing him IndyCar podium shot

The Mexican started sixth in his No. 5 Chevrolet-powered car and was a mainstay among the top five all race long. A caution on Lap 85 of 110 meant the group of frontrunners that had been strung out were squeezed back together.When the restart came three laps later, O’Ward lined up fourth and immediately attempted to harry Chip Ganassi Racing’s Scott Dixon for third. Moments later, any pressure …Keep reading Source

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