Scott Dixon is tired of being second-best at Barber Motorsports Park.
Dixon was second for the third straight year in the Indy Grand Prix of Alabama, falling a few seconds shy of two-time winner Will Power on Sunday. Three races, three close calls, three goose eggs.
Even if two dozen drivers would gladly trade places, it's getting old.
''The first two years, I was kind of happy with those finishes,'' Dixon said. ''But today to have a dominant race and a car I think definitely if we were out front at the end would have led to the same thing and pulled away from Will.
''It's frustrating when you're in a scenario like that and you don't collect on the win. I'd say the last two years, that was probably kind of as good as we were going to get.''
Dixon was also second to Power's Penske teammate Helio Castroneves in St. Petersburg for the season opener.
He's accustomed to such close calls by now. Dixon now has 28 second-place finishes, passing Target Chip Ganassi Racing teammate Dari...