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IndyCar Race Review: Camping World Grand Prix at the Glen

This weekend Team Penske had the power—will power, that is. Power led over two-thirds of the race from the first starting spot as Penske claimed its first victory in the Camping World Grand Prix at the Glen, after winning every pole six years running. Teammate Ryan Briscoe made it a Penske 1-2 after passing Chip Ganassi Racing rival Dario Franchitti in the later laps of the race. Raphael Matos and Mario Moraes rounded out the top five. Dan Wheldon rebounded from an earlier race incident in the track’s boot to finish sixth. Alex Lloyd punted Wheldon’s Panther Racing Dallara-Honda and Wheldon stalled, the Holmatro Safety Team got him refired before he lost a lap, however, and he utilized an alternate pit strategy to help get...

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