Dixon rebounds to win second race of Detroit doubleheader

Detroit – Scott Dixon rebounded a day after crashing out in last place to winning the second race of the Chevrolet Detroit Grand Prix presented by Lear doubleheader on Sunday.
Dixon crossed the finish line 1.9419 seconds ahead of NTT IndyCar Series rookie Marcus Ericsson, who posted his first podium finish in his seventh race.
For Dixon, it marked career win No. 45, which ranks third in Indy car history and moved the five-time series champion within seven victories of tying Mario Andretti for second place all time.
Dixon crashed on the 24th lap of Saturday’s race, finishing 22nd.

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