Dixon crushes fuel strategy to win WWTR as Newgarden finds wall

Dixon crushes fuel strategy to win WWTR as Newgarden finds wall
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Scott Dixon humbled his IndyCar rivals for the second straight race with another brilliant fuel-saving run to glory, this time at World Wide Technology Raceway, making only three stops to his rivals’ five, and lapping everyone except his fellow podium finishers, Pato O’Ward and David Malukas.

Scott Dixon dominated his IndyCar rivals for the second consecutive race, winning at World Wide Technology Raceway with a brilliant fuel-saving strategy. He only made three pit stops while his competitors made five, lapping everyone except Pato O’Ward and David Malukas who finished on the podium with him. Josef Newgarden, the leader for 98 laps, crashed again, ending his chances for the championship, while Alex Palou, the points leader, finished seventh. Starting in 10th position due to grid penalties, Scott McLaughlin outperformed the four Chip Ganassi Racing Hondas. Newgarden led the field with surprising second-place Colton Herta followed by Pato O’Ward and Felix Rosenqvist. The race was also influenced by tire strategies and a caution caused by a collision between Ed Carpenter and Benjamin Pedersen.

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