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Rahal wins in Ohio, pulls within 9 points of Montoya

Racing in his home state — and only a few laps from tightening the IndyCar standings with a big victory — Graham Rahal still had one more big restart to sweat out. On lap 84 of 90, he and Justin Wilson battled for position, with Rahal eventually staying in front. "If you ever want to race against anybody in that situation, it's Justin Wilson, who is by far the most fair guy out here," Rahal said. "I was nervous on that last restart because we didn't have push-to-pass and he did. Obviously he got fully around me pretty much, but still gave me room and I just slid down underneath him there and took off. "I knew if I got out front, I felt very...

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