Malukas puzzled by McLaughlin's stance on contact at WWTR

Malukas puzzled by McLaughlin's stance on contact at WWTR
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David Malukas shrugged off any accusation that he did something wrong while wrestling with Scott McLaughlin for a top-five finish in the Bommarito Automotive Group 500 at World Wide Technology Raceway.

David Malukas dismissed any accusations of wrongdoing during his battle with Scott McLaughlin at the Bommarito Automotive Group 500. Malukas famously passed McLaughlin for second place in last year’s IndyCar race and the two drivers found themselves fighting once again this year. The pivotal moment came when Malukas made a move on McLaughlin in the race’s final 60 laps, resulting in contact between their cars and McLaughlin losing positions. Malukas managed to recover and finished in third place, while McLaughlin also made a strong recovery to claim fifth. Malukas defended his actions, stating that McLaughlin squeezed him down and he could only go as far as the curb allowed. He also attributed his success to his team’s good car and their strategy, mentioning that they had been getting podium finishes at Gateway consistently. Malukas emphasized the importance of reducing marbles on the track to improve racing conditions.

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