As always, Hornish one to watch
RICHMOND, Va. -- He passed at least 60 cars during the evening (which is impressive considering only 22 started the race), lost control in Turn 2 and again in Turn 4 but made a save and avoided the wall both times. His suspension and front wing were damaged in the first pit stop and twice he was at the back of the pack on restarts.
Sam Hornish Jr. wasn't the winner of Saturday night's Indy Racing League SunTrust Challenge, but once again he was the show.
The two-time IRL champion ...
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