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Graham Rahal Salvages Fourth-Place Result After Post-Quali Penalty

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On most weekends, a fourth-place result from Graham Rahal would be expected, if not disappointing. However, after starting from the tail-end of the field, a finish just outside of the podium was all Rahal could ask for in the Angie’s List Grand Prix of Indianapolis. Rahal was forced to vacate …

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Rahal Tops Final Angie’s List Grand Prix of Indianapolis Practice

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INDIANAPOLIS – Though he’ll start from the tail end of the field, Graham Rahal showed speed to lead the way in a frigid final practice for Saturday’s Angie’s List Grand Prix of Indianapolis. Rahal’s 1:09.6045 led the way for the Verizon IndyCar Series on the Indianapolis Motor Speedway road course, with fellow …

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Off the Wall With: Graham Rahal

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In the spotlight this week: Verizon IndyCar Series driver Graham Rahal. What’s fun besides racing? Graham Rahal: Pretty much my life. If I’m not IndyCar racing, I’m here with Courtney (Force; fiancée), but fun for me is probably golf, college football. I’m a big Ohio State Buckeye fan. In fact, Courtney …

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Open Wheel Wednesday: The “Surprise” Champion, Stellar Seasons & More

Scott Dixon celebrates his race win and championship title at Sonoma (credit: IndyCar)

Huston Ladner  : So where does anyone want to begin? Matt Stallknecht : Man…where to even start Toni Montgomery : Am I the only one who made the mistake of pretty much forgetting all about Scott Dixon? Matt: I completely forgot about him Toni: And then wondering where the hell …

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Will Power Earns Pole for GoPro Grand Prix of Sonoma

Will Power on track at Sonoma (credit: John Cote/IndyCar)

He may not be likely to defend his championship this year, but Will Power is starting the final race of the season on point, taking the pole position with a late flying lap to best Josef Newgarden for pole for the GoPro Grand Prix of Sonoma.  Starting third is Ryan Hunter-Reay, …

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Pace Laps: Missing Expectations, Flying Fists, and Surprise Contenders

2015 Watkins Glen CUP Jeff Gordon car CIA

Sprint Cup: Oh, What Might Have Been… Watkins Glen is sold every year as the last regular season “wild card” race, the last place an underdog can work his way into the Chase under the right circumstances. There were high hopes entering the weekend for defending winner AJ Allmendinger, Tony …

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