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  •   Home > News > Sports > Motorsports

    Scott Dixon's relieved his Chip Ganassi Racing car is again on the pace after a strong start to his title defence in Alabama

    Scott Dixon's relieved his Chip Ganassi Racing car is again on the pace after a strong start to his title defence in Alabama


    The six times series champion has finished third in the opening race, with new teammate Alex Palou claiming his maiden Indycar race win.

    Dixon says it could be very different at the Grand Prix of St Petersburg next week, though.



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