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Quiet weekend for F1 exiles at Indianapolis and Lydden

Last weekend may have been all about the Monaco Grand Prix, but racing enthusiasts will also have been keeping a close eye on proceedings at Indianapolis as a number of former F1 drivers lined up on the grid. The 98th running of the Indy 500 came to a superb finish as Ryan Hunter-Reay secured his first win at the Brickyard ahead of Helio Castroneves, but the race appeared to be with former Williams and McLaren driver Juan Pablo Montoya. The Colombian was running well and in the lead pack until he was penalised for speeding in the pit lane. He eventually came home in fifth place, marking a good return in his first Indy 500 since 2000. Former Toro Rosso driver Sebastien Bourdais crossed the...
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