Razia holds off Harvey to win Indy Lights race Luiz Razia had a race long battle with Jack Harvey and held on to win the 2nd Indy Lights race of the weekend on the road course at Indianapolis. Razia, from Brazil, and a former GP2 driver, finished 2nd to Matthew Brabham in race 1 Friday, played his tire wear just right this time and was able to hold off the intense pressure from Harvey right to the end. Alex Baron was third and Brabham finished right behind him in 4th.
LUIZ RAZIA: "It was really difficult. Today was one of those wins that you really dig, dig, dig deep to get. I’m just really pleased that I got it. It was a difficult condition. It was not perfect - but I did it, so that is what matters. We changed the setup (from yesterday). It was not bad. We had some problems with the gear box, for sure. We were not right. But it was good. We won. That’s it. I just focused on myself. I try to win every race. At the end of the day, if I am the champion, I am happy."
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