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Allmendinger Finishes 2nd at NASCAR Sprint Showdown
AJ Allmendinger continues to thrive this year as he makes the NASCAR rounds throughout the country. Recently, AJ captured the pole and finished second at the NASCAR Spring Showdown in Charlotte, NC, taking his Hard Kore JM10 along for the ride over the weekend.
AJ Allmendinger Pays Tribute to Mom via Pink Logo Hard Kore
In a recent “Daily Dinger” clip on ESPN, AJ Allmendinger highlighted his Hard Kore sunglasses from Kaenon, featuring pink logos. AJ, and many other Kaenon supporters chose to wear the pink logos over Mother’s Day weekend as a tribute to their mothers. Click the image below to see what AJ had to say about his mom, and find out how you can contribute a charity close to Allmendinger:
AJ Allmendinger 2nd at Goody’s Fast Relief 500
AJ Allmendinger, wearing Hard Kore Matte Red G12 at the Goody’s Fast Relief 500, took advantage of a late race wreck that took out the leaders, and deftly drove through the pile up into second place for his first podium finish of the season. Coordinating his new Hard Kore Matte Red G12 with his racing suit colors, Allmendinger’s 2nd place finish made headlines as Allmendinger is having quite the year so far.
Kaenon Polarized Remembers Dan Wheldon
“Sunday, we lost one of the great IndyCar drivers and current Indy 500 champion Dan Wheldon in a fiery crash at Las Vegas speedway in the final IndyCar Series race of the season.
Dan was a professional, a real character…fun, and always a pleasure to be around. But I really loved watching Dan race. He was sharp, aggressive and fearless, nerves of steel and a lead foot that never lifted, always determined, with a tremendous desire to win. Twice, his face will forever be engraved on the Borg Warner Trophy – as a two-time winner of the Indy 500.
Dan wore Kaenon when he won his first Indy 500 title in that magical year of 2005, where he also won the Series Championship. He did a lot for our brand and he was someone I really enjoyed, who always charmed when he came through our offices, just as he did at the track. Yes, he was a champion, but he brought something that unfortunately is all too void in the world of big time sports these days – he brought personality. He did what he wanted and he said what he felt, he spoke from the heart. In this world of the “scripted line,” Dan was a breath of fresh air.
Our hearts and deepest condolences go out to his wife Susie, their two sons and his family and friends who will all miss him greatly.”
-Steve Rosenberg, President and CEO
As Seen On: Jimmie Johnson Wearing Kaenon Polarized Burny
NASCAR legend Jimmie Johnson was recently spotted wearing Kaenon Polarized sunglasses on the race track in Bristol, TN. What did this four-time “Driver of the Year” choose? None other than our popular sunglass style, Burny in Tortoise G12.
NASCAR’s Josh Wise Places 4th at US Cellular 250
Wise came in just behind the race’s wild finish, when winner Ricky Stenhouse Jr.’s No. 6 car blew an engine as he was coming out of the final turn. Close behind him, and obscured by the blown engine’s smoke, Carl Edwards slammed into the back end of Stenhouse’s car and pushed him across the finish line and into victory. Luckily, Josh was unaffected by the finish-line crash.
AJ Allmendinger at the Auto Club 400
The recent stop on the NASCAR Sprint Cup Series, the Auto Club 400 in Fontana, CA, gave newest Kaenon team driver AJ Allmendinger the chance to show off a fresh pair of Arlo Tortoise around the track. We’re happy to welcome AJ to the team and are grateful for his excitement for what we’re doing here at Kaenon.
Other Kaenon drivers at the event include Andy Lally in Klay and young up and comer Landon Cassill in Burny. Racing in the Nationwide Series, Josh Wise, in Jetty, enjoyed a strong qualifying finish, rounding out a quality showing for Kaenon at the track over the weekend.
Cassill’s Podium at the NASCAR COPD 300
Kaenon Polarized race car driver Landon Cassill helped push Tony Stewart to victory during the Drive for COPD 300 at the Nationwide Series opener at Daytona International Speedway and in the process grabbed third place, his first podium and best nationwide finish to date. Teaming up during the last few laps, the two worked together and on the final lap, Landon gave Stewart just enough to push his bumper forward, edging out the competition.
As a result of his finish at this race, Cassill currently stands as the point leader, just two points ahead of Reed Sorenson. Regarding the standings, Cassill said the following on the official NASCAR website:
“Yeah, I’m the points leader now and it’s cool, but I have to kind of stick to my original agenda, which is digging hard on the opportunities that I have to kind of try to come up with a bigger opportunity — whether it’s a sponsor that puts up some money to make the races and the equipment better, or if it’s an open seat that puts me in a full-time ride.
“You guys [in the media] don’t see it from the driver’s point of view, but I have to set goals and an agenda and a plan on how I want to make it in the sport, and I can’t deviate from that too much. Obviously my first race with that one opportunity this year was a success, but I don’t want to start and park some crappy Nationwide car just because I’m the points leader and, oh my gosh, I have to go collect points.”
Landon drives with Kaenon Polarized logos on his helmet and visor and wore Jetty Havana G12 on the track.
From all of us at Kaenon Polarized, congratulations on the great finish Landon!
Andy Lally to Race Daytona 500
Andy Lally’s childhood dream is coming true as he has been given a guaranteed shot at the Daytona 500 title. He couldn’t be more excited and we here at Kaenon Polarized couldn’t be either. Recently Nascar.com ran a story on Andy and the unique circumstances that got him to this point. Here are a few excerpts from the article:
“In seven years of working together and seeing someone’s true inside — what they can do when you are seriously challenged and you are seriously going for it while you’re out of energy and out of water and out of breath and how you pull it out and go deep,” [Kevin] Buckler [owner of TRG Motorsports] said. “Andy’s the best. He’s just the best guy I’ve ever seen in the sports car paddock. He’s on his own level and he deserves this chance.”
Additionally, TRG’s Steve Bertheau, Brendan Gaughan, Spencer Pumpelly, Wolf Henzler and Andy Lally drove the no. 67 TRG/Sargent & Lundy/South Point Hotel & Casino/Porsche to the GT class victory in the GRAND-AM Rolex Series. Read that story here.
Andy spoke on his mindset for Daytona:
“The biggest thing I’m going to have to do at Daytona — other than stay out of trouble — is to relax,” Lally said. “You still need to be fit to do these races, but one of the biggest things you have to do is to have your mind-set correct.
“That’s something that, over the years, I’ve been good at accomplishing. I’ve been good at relaxing and taking on the challenge and taking a breath, relax your hands and chill-out. Don’t be overcome by all the circus around you and all the craziness — just focus and do one job at a time and one lap at a time — and if you’re smart and stay out of trouble you’ll take the checkered flag.” (Read the full report at Nascar.com)
The countdown has begun. We can’t wait to watch Andy in the No. 71 car on the 20th of this month. Make sure to check out the big event and be on the lookout out for a pair of Arlo’s crossing the finish line.
Ryan Hunter-Reay Gets a Multi-Year Contract With Andretti Autosport
Andretti Autosport confirmed it will field Ryan Hunter-Reay for the next two IZOD IndyCar Series seasons, even though replacement sponsors for departing primary sponsor IZOD have not yet been announced.
“We’re thrilled to be able to sign Ryan to a multi-year contract,” said team owner Michael Andretti. “He is a driver that has earned the right to have that kind of stability and we feel very fortunate to know that he will be a major piece of our foundation going forward.”
“I couldn’t be happier knowing my future is with Andretti Autosport,” said Hunter-Reay. “In what looked to be just a partial 2010 season, this team worked incredibly hard to make the full season a reality and the results speak loudly of our potential together. I cannot say enough about the professionalism of this team across the board, both competitively and from a commercial perspective. As we prepare for 2011, I have strong relationships within the team to build on. Hunter-Reay enjoyed a breakthrough season in 2010 that was highlighted by a popular win at Long Beach and a seventh-place finish
Hunter-Reay Finishes 5th at Izod Indycar in Edmonton
Ryan Hunter-Reay (Jetty Seaweed G12) had another top finish, taking fifth in the very physical Edmonton Honda 300 road race. He currently sits at fifth in the overall season point standings.
Andy Lally Wins American Le Mans at Lime Rock Raceway
Driving a Porsche 911 in the GTC class, Kaenon Polarized driver Andy Lally, wearing Arlo Matte Black G12, won the race at famed Lime Rock, and with it takes over the lead in the overall Series Championship.
(from The Racers Group website):
The victory is the first since the team’s return to ALMS competition this season, and equally important means that (with driving partner, Frenchman Henri Richard and) Lally have assumed the GTC series points lead.
For Lally, who won the race on tires that lasted nearly 120 laps, Saturday’s race was a perfect combination of fast but patient driving, combined with a perfect team effort.
“With all the traffic out there, chasing Jeroen and preserving the tires at the same time made for a really challenging race,” stated Lally. “These guys called a perfect race today, and Henri was absolutely fantastic out there. For his first season in the series he’s driving like an absolute professional, and I’m very proud to be part of his first professional victory.”
For more, read the full story.
Danica Patrick Finishes a Strong 2nd in Indycar’s Firestone 550k
Danica Patrick (Pino Black G12) used well-earned momentum from her Indy 500 finish a week earlier, to take her best finish of the season — 2nd place at the Texas Motor Speedway under the lights.
According to Racer.com; “In one of the most competitive performances of her career so far, Andretti Autosport driver Patrick emerged as polesitter Briscoe’s main rival in the second half of the race, but the Penske driver was able to fend her off and clinch his first win of 2010. Briscoe said his duel with Patrick for the win at the beginning of the final stint was a key part of that fun: “Danica got by us and I didn’t want to make any aggressive moves and block. I gained some momentum on the next lap, used the push-to-pass and was able to pass her out of Turn 4 and into Turn 1. She gave us a real run for our money tonight. It was fun racing side-by-side with her.
“Patrick made her final stop a lap earlier than Briscoe and momentarily swept into the lead as her rival got back up to speed, but she could not hang on for long before Briscoe inched past to reclaim first place. As they hit traffic, Briscoe started to build an advantage again, eventually winning by 1.4 seconds.
“It was a good weekend last weekend in Indy and it was a good weekend here in Texas,” mused Patrick. “Sometimes the little victories that I have throughout the season are not necessarily obvious on the track. Maybe they’re in other aspects of what I’m doing–â€“winning little victories here and there to get everything in line to perform from top to bottom on race day. I’ve been working hard all season. It’s just really nice to have a result to show how hard I’ve been working and how hard the team has been working as well.”
Fellow Kaenon driver Ryan Hunter-Reay, (Klay Black G12) finished well at a respectable 7th, wearing a customized carbon fiber cast on his right wrist to protect his surgically repaired thumb after tearing ligaments in last Sunday’s Indy 500.
Danica Patrick Regains Ground in Indy 500, Narrowly Misses Crash of the Year
Danica Patrick, wearing Pino Black G12 lens, has endured a rough year so far and rolled into qualifying and testing at her favorite race, the Indy 500, after a miserable month of scrutiny both from the media and fans. However, she stuck to her guns and converted the energy into a strong and respectable finish at the “Grand Daddy of Them All”, with a well-driven 6th place finish. After qualifying poorly at 23rd on the grid, she drove a smart, steady and often brave 500 miles for her second top-10 finish of the season.
Driving for a crowd of over 350,000 fans in attendance for the 94th running of this speed classic, Patrick was one of a record four women in this year’s Indy 500, along with Sarah Fisher and rookies Simona De Silvestro of Switzerland and Ana Beatriz of Brazil.
“I’m very happy with the result, and the reasons we got it were that our pit stops rocked and we had a perfect strategy,” she said. “We did struggle a little bit in the early going” and “almost went a lap down” to the leaders, Patrick said. But she gradually climbed through the field. “I’m really glad that yellow [flag] came out at the end, because we were cutting it real close on fuel,” she said.
Danica also narrowly missed a spectacular last-lap crash which involved teammate Ryan Hunter-Reay. Hunter-Reay, wearing Klay, Black, G12 lens, struggled this month for speed, but found it on Race Day driving most of the race at or near fifth. Then saw his good race nearly turn into horrible nightmare as just before the finish when he ran out of gas and was subsequently clipped from behind by Mike Conway. Already driving with torn ligaments in his thumb suffered in an earlier Pit Lane incident, Hunter-Reay was nearly beheaded as Conway’s car was sent airborne.
In what is being described as one of the most spectacular crashes in Indy racing’s history, Conway’s #24 car rolled over the back tire of back wheel of Hunter-Reay’s #37 car, which served as a catapult and flung the Indy car into the air, causing a back-flip, and a slam into the high barrier, eventually landing back on the track in a heap.
Contributing to the Mike Conway crash is that his speed was at least 20 miles per hour faster than everyone else at the time. Most of the leaders were running on fumes and slowing down to conserve fuel in the final laps. Conway was gassed up and making passes left and right, once of which caught the tire of Hunter-Reay.
Both Conway and Hunter-Reay suffered injuries, but the fact that anyone walked away from the horrific crash is a miracle. Best wishes and a speedy recovery to all involved.
Lally Drives Into Grand-AM Recordbooks, Winning 100th Start
Kaenon driver Andy Lally drives into the record books at Virginia International Raceway, winning for the 21st time on his 100th series start.
Wearing Klay Black G12, Andy Lally, making his 100th career start, had contact with Bill Auberlen with two laps remaining but held on to win in GT, driving TRG’s No. 66 AXA Porsche GT3 started by Ted Ballou.
Lally made his move on a call by TRG team owner Kevin Buckler to stay out with the No. 66 AXA Porsche GT3 after the second caution flag waved, moving from seventh position to take second. He took the lead shortly after the restart and led the final 25 circuits. It was Lally’s 21st career victory and first for Ballou.
Bill Auberlen, who took over from Paul Dalla Lana in the No. 94 Turner Motorsports BMW M6 at the 45 minute mark, pressured Lally down the stretch. The two ran side-by-side with two laps remaining before making contact. Auberlen spun through the grass, and recovered to finish eighth.
Lally then held off Jeff Segal by .712 seconds, ending the two-race winning streak of Segal and Emil Assentato in the SpeedSource No. 69 FXDD Mazda RX-8.
“Kevin made a great call,” Lally said. “We stayed out under the second to get the wave by, then the pit crew had a lightning stop that got us out in front of the pace car. Bill was coming up on us a second a lap. We raced as clean as we could. I just held my ground – I wasn’t going to give more than an inch. To celebrate my 100th race with a win was monumental.”
Danica Braves Torrential Weather of St. Pete, Finishes Seventh in Latest IndyCar Race
Torrential rain postponed the Honda Grand Prix of St. Petersburg, pushing race day back to Monday morning. Danica Patrick, wearing Kaenon Polarized sunglasses in Burnet Havana G12 and Pino Havana G12, powered through traffic to finish seventh in the second race of the IndyCar 2010 season. Proving that driving two different series and two totally different race cars in the same season is no easy feat, Danica Patrick is showing she’s capable of performing, despite the comments from the nay-sayers.
Danica Patrick Back in the IndyCar Seat in Sao Paolo, Brazil
Danica Patrick launched the 2010 IndyCar season at the Sao Paolo 300. Her car colors remained the same, her suit color remained the same, her eyewear of choice remained the same, but her vehicle, circuit type and location all completely changed last weekend. Back to fidgety open wheel IndyCars, Danica raced the streets of Brazil’s largest city on a bumpy, slick road course that more resembled Mr. Toad’s Wild Ride than IndyCar race track.
The inaugural Indy race in Brazil and season opener was fraught with course problems. Danica survived a first lap incident due to a massive, scary pileup in the first corner, followed by endured a rain-dumping thunderstorm, a spin-out, and at the end of it all a really long day.
Wearing Burnet and Pino, Danica Patrick finished fifteenth. Not what she wanted, but she’s now committed to the IndyCar series for the next few months. The next race is the St. Petersburg, Florida street race, followed by the first-ever IndyCar race in Birmingham, Alabama, and then the Long Beach Grand Prix in Kaenon’s back yard.
Danica Patrick Toughs it Out in Sam’s Town, Las Vegas
AUTO RACING – NASCAR
Last weekend Danica Patrick was on the track in Las Vegas for her third NASCAR. She heads back to IndyCar, totally focusing on that series and her main goal of Winning of the Indy 500 in May. Danica will drive both series throughout the summer, starting up NASCAR again in late June.
Still the focus of intense media coverage and scrutiny, Danica is showing a lot of class, dedication and the ability to digest heaps of humble pie.Â Sheâ€™s not only earning respect from her fellow NASCAR drivers, sheâ€™s making big gains on the track as well.
Racing as high as 3rd place after starting way back in 37th, she was taken out by another driver in a multi-car accident just shy of the halfway point.
Racer.com wrote, ‘Danica Patrick showed great progress on her third outing in the NASCAR Nationwide Series until contact with a backmarker put her out of the race.
After qualifying down in 37th, she dived on the inside of Michael McDowell on lap 84 at Turn One, the pair made contact and both cars ended up against the barrier.Â He later took the blame for bringing her afternoon to an early end when she was running 24th and a lap down on the race leader.
“The car ahead of me was really slow and I caught him down the front straight and it was just going slow. So I went to go underneath him as he drifted up to the wall and he turned down in,” Patrick explained. “I guess I probably should have seen all the tape on the left-rear bumper and say, ‘I probably shouldn’t be on his left-rear bumper.’ But sure enough he turned down and took us both out. So, what are you going to do?”
Before the incident, Patrick had run as high as third thanks to being out of sequence with most of the leaders and running a very long first stint until lap 73. Her times on new rubber on her second tire stint looked comparable with some of those in the top-10 and she was among the fastest cars on the track right before crashing out.
“It’s a real bummer because I was really hooked up there after we got [new] tires back on and you know, we were probably one of the quicker cars on the track because we just stickered it up and I felt good,” Patrick added.’
For more on Danica Patrick’s Vegas race, check out the rest of the Racer.com story here.
Danica Drives On–Media Blitz Continues, NASCAR #2
AUTO RACING – FONTANA, CA
Danica Patrick had a very full week, which culminated in her second NASCAR attempt in Fontana, CA on Saturday. After making appearances on Jimmy Kimmel and Ellen DeGeneres, multiple LA-area news shows and features in People and US Weekly magazines, she actually squeezed in some time to drive her second NASCAR race in Fontana, CA.
She had a tough go, finishing 31st. But, she’s focused, and is doing everything right “one step at a time” and is taking her lumps with class. When you compare the last four Indy Car drivers success (or lack thereof) making the transition to NASCAR – she is right on pace to where those great drivers were in their first races.
Saturday will be Patrick’s last NASCAR Nationwide Series race of her initial three-race stint before she goes on a four-month hiatus to return to driving full-time in the Izod IndyCar Series. Hitting the Las Vegas Motor Speedway on Saturday in the Sam’s Town 300, she’ll return to NNS competition at New Hampshire Motor Speedway in June.
Jimmy Kimmel Part 1
Jimmy Kimmel Part 2
Danica Patrick Stops by Fox Studios for Good Day LA
Danica Patrick in Los Angeles this week, prepping for her West Coast NASCAR debut, racing Saturday, February 20th in Fontana at the Auto Club Speedway.
Danica-Mania Kicks Off! – NASCAR Debut
Danica Patrick just wrapped up a weekend that could fill up an entire memory book in and of itself! She practiced and drove her debut NASCAR race Friday and Saturday, finishing in a very solid sixth place, then starred in multiple Go Daddy Super Bowl commercials Sunday alongside being promoted for her prime time television drama debut.
This week she goes into non-stop media mode, guest starring on prime time TV series “CSI: NY” on Wednesday night. Next week she will be working the talk show circuit–on morning radio, and daytime and late night television.
In Saturday’s incident-packed ARCA RE/MAX Series race at Daytona, Danica Patrick and the Green and Black Go Daddy #7 pushed, got pushed, spun and rebounded around the famous Daytona Speedway to a respectable sixth place in her first-ever Stock Car race. She overcame a tough spin from contact with Nelson Piquet Jr. late in the race and ran as high as fifth before running out of drafting partners to move farther up the order.
“The car felt pretty good, so that was really fun,” Patrick said. “I was going side by side with people, and the Go-Daddy car doesn’t look very pretty but it was fun.”
Her solid finish convinced Patrick and JR Motorsports that Danica is ready to compete in the Nationwide Series. Danica Patrick and the team were initially wary of entering the race because of the top-level talent it attracts as the biggest race of the season.
“I think Danica proved to everyone that she can compete in stock cars at a high level, and right now seat time is extremely important,” said Kelley Earnhardt, general manager of JR Motorsports, a team she owns with brother Dale Earnhardt Jr. “She has worked extremely hard during the past two months for this opportunity. Her dedication and work ethic is infectious.”
Danica Patrick Announes NASCAR Schedule
Dancia Patrick seen here in Burnet G12, announced a 12-Race Nascar Series Schedule. Her debut stock car race will be February 6th in Daytona, Florida as part of the ARCA series. She is also entered for the following Nationwide Series races February 13, in Daytona, February 20th in Fontana, Calif, and on Feb. 27 in Las Vegas.
In a statement, Danica, 27, who also will compete full-time in the Izod IndyCar Series, said, “We just want to be smart and calculative about this process. The tracks we’ve selected not only complement the IndyCar schedule, but will give me quality seat time at a variety of facilities.”
Posted: January 29th, 2010
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It's Official — Danica Patrick Signs on to Drive in NASCAR
Last week Danica Patrick unveiled her new GoDaddy sponsored IndyCar and announced her return to the Andretti Racing Team live on Good Morning America – with the singular goal of winning the Indy 500. This week the auto racing pop star sent the mainstream sports world buzzing with more news – Danica Patrick will be the first woman to officially move into NASCAR! As she announced her official involvement with one of the biggest and most successful teams in motorsports, Dale Earnhardt Jr.’s JR Motorsports team where she’ll drive the #7 GoDaddy car in the Nationwide and ARCA series with the goal of racing NASCARâ€™s Spint Cup. Now the two most recognizable names in American auto racing are paired, with Patrick driving a partial schedule for JRM in 2010.
Danica will run a full IndyCar Series schedule with Andretti Autosport and squeeze NASCAR in when she can. Her immediate plans are to participate in the ARCA test next week at Daytona International Speedway and make her stock-car debut in that series opener on Feb. 6, one day before she’ll star in two Super Bowl ads for sponsor GoDaddy.com.
“It’s time for the hard work, time to buckle down and learn how to drive these cars. It’s going to be challenging,” she said. “I’m always looking for the next challenge, and there’s still plenty of challenges left in IndyCar. I want to win a lot more races. I want to win the Indy 500. And I want to have fun.”
Danica is the first woman to have won in IndyCar racing, and will become the only female driver currently competing in one of NASCAR’s top two series.
Camping World Grand Prix at The Glen
AUTO RACING â€“ IndyCar Series – Watkins Glen, NY
Coming off the Camping World Grand Prix at the Glen, Danica Patrick started 7th, finished 11th. “It was a challenging race today. We were running upfront at the beginning of the race but as the day went on I started to lose the car. I was bottoming out a lot at the end of the race which made me lose position. We were really strong this morning so I’m disappointed that we ended up 11th. But overall it was a good weekend for me, I feel like I’m getting more confident on the road courses which is helpful since we are racing similar courses the next two weekends.”
Driver: Danica Patrick (Burnet Havana G12)
Car: #7 Boost Mobile/Motorola Dallara/Honda/Firestone
Danica Patrick: Started 7th, finished 11th
Currently in 5th place in points, Danica continues with solid driving and consistent finishes this year. As rumors continue to swirl about what racing series she might drive – her star continues to rise in this â€œcontractâ€ year, proving that she is a strong contender and fan favorite.
IndyCar Series Suntrust Indy Challenge
AUTO RACING – Richmond, VA
Switching it up and running BURNY Tortoise G12 this weekend, Danica Patrick Started 10th, finished 5th as she continued her solid driving and consistent finishes this year despite some serious early week confrontations and accusations from the Andretti Green Racing Team drivers (AGR), including Danica, that the team is not fielding fast cars and having â€œset-upâ€ issues in the garage and with team engineers. The oval night race didnâ€™t provide for a lot of passing, but leaves Danica well positioned in the overall points race for the Series Championship â€“ as rumours continued to swirl about what racing series she might drive – her star continues to rise in this â€œcontractâ€ year.
Driver: Danica Patrick
Car: #7 Boost Mobile/Motorola Dallara/Honda/Firestone
“I’m really glad we were able to make another top-five finish for the Boost Mobile/Motorola car. We struggled with qualifying yesterday, but we worked really hard to figure out what we needed to do to have a good outcome. The guys did a really great job in the pits, the car felt good all night. I wish we were able to race up front with the leaders but we got caught in lapped traffic. Overall a great way to way to end a challenging weekend for Andretti Green.”
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