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Back on track: Drivers hail IndyCar return to Road America

ELKHART LAKE, Wis. (AP) — Wearing shades and a white firesuit that gleamed under a bright sun, Mario Andretti hopped out of the car after taking a few spins around Road America.

For a moment, it looked as if the IndyCar great, and the series itself, had never left this rural Wisconsin road course.

Andretti, 76, is still retired. But the open-wheel series is back.

The Kohler Grand Prix on Sunday marks the return of IndyCar at Road America for the first time since 2007.

Standings: NASCAR Sprint Cup

As of: FIREKEEPERS CASINO 400
RankDriverPointsPV Rank
1Kevin Harvick5261
2Kurt Busch4962
3Brad Keselowski4803
4Carl Edwards4724
5Joey Logano4558
6Chase Elliott4537
7Jimmie Johnson4416
8Martin Truex Jr.4339
9Kyle Busch4175
10Matt Kenseth40910
11Dale Earnhardt Jr.38311
12Austin Dillon38113

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