Article posted: 9/6/2012 10:41 AM

Power and Hunter-Reay go down to the wire in IndyCar championship

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Associated Press Will Power of Australia competes during the IZOD Grand Prix of Baltimore auto race last Sunday. Power leads Hunter-Reay by 17 points in the championship standings.

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Associated Press Ryan Hunter-Reay celebrates in victory lane after winning the IZOD IndyCar Grand Prix of Baltimore Sunday. At left is runner up Ryan Briscoe of Australia, and at right is Simon Pagenaud of France, third-place finisher.

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Ryan Hunter-Reay went into last weekend's Baltimore Grand Prix with his IndCar championship chances dwindling, and pulled off a victory that kept him in the title race. He heads into the Sept. 15 season finale trailing Will Power by 17 points. Still, team owner Michael Andretti believes winning the title won't be easy.
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    • Associated Press Will Power of Australia competes during the IZOD Grand Prix of Baltimore auto race last Sunday. Power leads Hunter-Reay by 17 points in the championship standings.
    • Associated Press Ryan Hunter-Reay celebrates in victory lane after winning the IZOD IndyCar Grand Prix of Baltimore Sunday. At left is runner up Ryan Briscoe of Australia, and at right is Simon Pagenaud of France, third-place finisher.
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