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After starting inside the top ten, Max Chilton could only finish sixteenth at St. Petersburg, and felt it was not the result he had hoped to achieve on Sunday.
Will Power saw his chances of a good result at St. Petersburg ruined by numerous issues, eventually retiring in the pits when three laps down.
Ed Jones enjoyed his first IndyCar series start, finishing on the lead lap in tenth position.
An impressive run in the opening stages for Spencer Pigot at St, Petersburg was cruelly ended by overheating brakes and a lengthy pit stop.
James Hinchcliffe led 21 laps around the streets of St. Petersburg on Sunday but a caution period ruined his afternoon and cost him a shot at victory.
Takuma Sato finished fifth on his first appearance with the Andretti Autosport squad, having been a front runner throughout the 110-lap race.
Ryan Hunter-Reay was fortunate not to lose a lap early on at St. Petersburg, but climbed from the back of the field to finish fourth on Sunday.
After losing the opportunity to fight for race victory at St. Petersburg, Scott Dixon was unclear to why a caution period was called upon for debris on track.
After starting fourteenth, Simon Pagenaud finished second at St. Petersburg after a caution period for debris came at the perfect time to climb up the order.
Sebastien Bourdais won the opening Verizon IndyCar Series race of the season at St. Petersburg despite starting twenty-first and last.
Despite crashing during qualifying and starting last on the grid, Sebastien Bourdais took victory for Dale Coyne Racing around the streets of St. Petersburg on Sunday.
Max Chilton will start seventh on the grid for the first race of the season, but felt traffic cost him a possible top-four start at St. Petersburg.
After breaking into the Firestone Fast Six on Saturday, Takuma Sato was delighted with the result, especially after his dramas on Friday.