James Hinchcliffe, the Canadian driver poised to become IndyCar’s next star, grabbed his first career victory Sunday. Fittingly it came at St. Petersburg, the adopted hometown of the late Dan Wheldon, the driver who signed to drive the GoDaddy car for Andretti Autosport shortly before his death in the 2011 season finale at Las Vegas. The open seat then went to Hinchcliffe, who drove the bright green No. 27 to victory in front of Wheldon’s wife and two children.
Video Highlights 24/03/2013: Honda Grand Prix Of St. Petersburg (Indycar)
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