There might come a day when Ryan Hunter-Reay forgives Alex Tagliani for running into him at Sonoma.
It probably won't be anytime soon. Hunter-Reay is too busy trying to salvage the IndyCar championship.
Contact with Tagliani ruined a podium finish for Hunter-Reay at Sonoma on Sunday, and it dramatically hurt his chances to chase down Will Power for the series title. The incident was a 23-point swing for Hunter-Reay, who is trails Power by 36 points with two races remaining.
Tagliani says he apologized to Hunter-Reay, and will continue to do so until it is accepted.
Hunter-Reay says he has to focus only on the race Sunday at Baltimore and what he needs to do to win the title.
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