Thursday, June 7, 2012

Dixon wins disrupted Detroit race

Scott Dixon won a bizarre IndyCar race around the streets of Belle Isle in Detroit, where severe problems with the track surface forced a two-hour delay just as the event approached its scheduled halfway point. Ganassi driver Dixon started from pole and led every lap, but the race will be remembered for the enormous strips of asphalt that were torn from the track's surface, forcing race control to call for a red flag to allow track workers to implement a fix. The trackwork came too late for Andretti Autosport's James Hinchcliffe, who hit a chunk of the debris and was spat into the tyres on lap 45


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