Last year’s IndyCar finish came down to a split-second victory by Graham Rahal, right, edging James Hinchcliffe, left, by 0.008 seconds, the tightest finish in the track’s history.
Last year’s IndyCar finish came down to a split-second victory by Graham Rahal, right, edging James Hinchcliffe, left, by 0.008 seconds, the tightest finish in the track’s history. Paul Moseley pmoseley@star-telegram.com
Last year’s IndyCar finish came down to a split-second victory by Graham Rahal, right, edging James Hinchcliffe, left, by 0.008 seconds, the tightest finish in the track’s history. Paul Moseley pmoseley@star-telegram.com

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