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Allmendinger off the pace in first IndyCar test


AJ Allmendinger has driven an open wheel race car at Sebring International Raceway this week for the first time since 2006. During IndyCar's first pre-season test session, the former NASCAR driver drove Penske Racing's #2 car and was not as fast as the front-runners. He was 12th fastest on unofficial timing, 0.7 seconds slower than the quickest driver. He admitted that ...
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