Bourdais beats Tracy by a straightaway
SAN JOSE, Calif. -- Sebastien Bourdais drove an almost perfect race on an imperfect track on Sunday, pulling away at the end to win the San Jose Grand Prix.
"I think I was in the preferred position, but it was not an easy day," said Bourdais, who started from the pole and led 63 of the 93 laps on the way to a dominating victory.
The combination of a washboard-like track and looming concrete walls
on the narrow downtown street circuit took out half the 18-car
field during the ...
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