Sunday, June 10, 2018

2018 Verizon IndyCar Series - DXC Technology 600

INDYCAR goes NO LIMITS TEXAS as the 2018 Verizon IndyCar Series continues at Texas Motor Speedway, located at Fort Worth, Texas, for the DXC Technology 600 and behind all that 600-mile drama, this longest race in IndyCar history packed a lot of unexpected turns in the heat of the battle.

Josef Newgarden lead the race which turned out into a scorching heat of drama in the midst of the hot summer night. Matheus Leist's car caught fire after numerous laps and then followed by Tony Kanaan's wall crashed. Following Newgarden's pit stop, Simon Pagenaud storms through the lead while Zach Veach lightly nudged the wall and Marco Andretti's car faced clutch problems. As Robert Wickens passed Pagenaud for the lead, Dixon charges through. However, Wickens' crashed through Ed Carpenter with just 77 laps to go, throwing them out of the race. The biggest trouble occurred in Texas Motor Speedway is where Will Power crashed through Canadian freshman Zachary Claman De Melo

After a disastrous Texas night, Scott Dixon nicked his 43rd career win with Simon Pagenaud placed 2nd and Alexander Rossi placed 3rd. Following the race, Dixon is now in the top of the overall standings by 357 points, 23 points ahead of Alexander Rossi, and 36 points ahead of Will Power, whose crash cost him his lead.

The next race is at Elkhart Lake, Wisconsin, for the KOHLER Grand Prix on the 24th of June, 2018.

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