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Crash puts drivers out of the race

  • Several drivers were left in foul moods after on-track incidents Sunday. 

    Two Andretti Autosport drives were running second and third before a crash that resulted in putting them out of the race. 

    Josef Newgarden was leading the race when Ryan Hunter-Reay attempted to overtake him and both cars were sent to the wall. 

    "Patience is a virtue, and someone wasn't virtuous today," James Hinchcliffe, who was close to both the cars at the time of the contact, said. "It was a rookie move."

    "I could've waited a little bit later but he had some wheelspin so I went for it," Hunter-Reay said. "I had at least half a car on him, but a lot of people would say that's my fault."

    http://www.usatoday.com/story/sports/motor/indycar/2014/04/13/long-beach-grand-prix-hunter-reay-hinchcliffe-newgarden-pagenaud-power/7681187/

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