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When Will Power won his third straight pole Saturday for the IndyCar race in Sonoma, he didn't just put himself in prime position to go for his third straight victory in wine country.
The venerable road course at the south end of wine country has been tweaked, tightened and ever so slightly lengthened.
Those IndyCar teams who don't do well at Mid-Ohio say the track is too narrow, the turns to severe and the cars are too powerful for such a tight track.
Ryan Hunter-Reay bounced back from a rough opening day at Edmonton on Saturday with a pole-winning run that surprised the IndyCar Series points leader.
The general consensus about using heat races to set an IndyCar starting grid was that while it wasn't perfect, it has potential.
The way Dario Franchitti sees it, adjusting a race car to handle just right at any given track is sort of like solving a puzzle.
After all the hand-wringing about racing at Texas Motor Speedway, the return of IndyCar to a high-banked oval ended up as a safe, sound event with an exciting finish and surprising winner in Justin Wilson.
Michael Andretti watched three of his cars dominate the first half of the Indianapolis 500. And by the end of Sunday's race, they were no factor at all. Again.
The two Lotus cars have been pulled off the track for going too slow at the Indianapolis 500.