IndyCar » Conway seizes chance for new Long Beach glory

After long-time leader Ryan Hunter-Reay was involved in a multi-car pile-up, Mike Conway used his winner's knowledge of Long Beach to triumph again.

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April 14, 2014 5:22 AM

Good job by Conway . But the real story is Will Power . For years now this guy has been a damn wrecking ball and he gets away with it . 2014 starts the same way . Total bonehead check up move at St. Pete at the first round , then today he punts another guy into the wall and gets away scot free !!. What about Baltimore last year if you want more recent history . And then he whines about it !!!. Mean time the clownshow Indycar officials do nothing . One race soon he's going to seriously hurt someone . It's not like he drives this way occasionally - it's all the time !!

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