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Ganassi 1-2 in shortened Belle Isle event

"Hats off to the fans who stuck around through something that was totally unexpected," said the race winner, Scott Dixon. "I'd like to give a lot of credit to everyone at IndyCar and the Detroit staff for getting the track back in shape so we could race. The final 15-lap shootout was exciting for me, so I sure hope the fans liked it."

Dixon's victory and Franchitti's second place should make the remaining races of the season a very interesting cat-and-mouse affair between the various Ganassi and Penske, Honda and Chevrolet camps. And one can't help but think that some of the tensions coming into the race - especially on the Chevy team owners' side - have hardly been calmed by the end result.

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Scott Dixon passes the Detroit skyline. (c) 2012, Michael L. Levitt LAT Photo USA (Photo Credit: INDYCAR/LAT USA)
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