INDYCAR In-Car Theatre: Toyota Grand Prix of Long Beach
It begins with Andretti Autosport's James Hinchcliffe nearly stalling from second place during the standing start for the 2014 edition of the Toyota Grand Prix at Long Beach and, sadly, ends with the talented Canadian embroiled in a hard, race-altering crash.During the intervening 18 minutes of in-car action, The Mayor of Hinchtown, his teammate, polesitter Ryan Hunter-Reay, Ganassi Racing's Charlie Kimball, former teammates turned street course sparring partners Will Power and Simon Pagenaud, and Graham Rahal make wild passes, scrape bodywork and race fearlessly around the 1.9-mile seaside venue.Which driver made the best start? Which passes were fair and which ones went too far? Did Pagenaud leave the door open for Power, or did Power use force to make his way through?Enjoy as the hits, misses and high emotions continue to build throughout IndyCar's latest In-Car Theatre.
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