Ryan Hunter-Reay found his way back to victory lane at the Milwaukee Mile, holding off Tony Kanaan on Saturday.
It was the sixth career victory and first this season for Hunter-Reay, who brought home a victory for the man who brought the historic but financially troubled Milwaukee track back to IndyCar - car owner Michael Andretti, who served as the race promoter.
It wasn't the first triumph at Milwaukee for Hunter-Reay, who won the 2004 race there in the now-defunct Champ Car Series.
Kanaan was second, followed by James Hinchcliffe, Oriol Servia and E.J. Viso.
The start of the race was delayed about an hour and a half because of rain.
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