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IndyCar: Ryan Hunter-Reay Powers To Front in Long Beach

Ryan Hunter-Reay drove to a win for Andretti Autosport at the Toyota Grand Prix of Long Beach.  He was the first American to win at the prestigious race since his boss, Michael Andretti in 2002. The 85-lap race on the 1.968-mile course was quick with only one full course caution.  Justin Wilson made contact with the rear wheel of Alex Tagliani's car, as he was unable to make a clean pass on the lapped car. Despite taking more time than expected to swap out the damaged front wing for a new one, Wilson's Z-Line Designs car powered back to finish second. The course in Long Beach is considered the premier open-wheel street race.  Hunter-Reay, a former California resident, was thrilled to take his IZOD car to a win in his fourth r...

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