TROIS-RIVIERES, Quebec (AP) - Tristan Vautier won the Grand Prix of Trois Rivieres on Sunday for his third Indy Lights victory of the seasoon, easily holding off Gustavo Yacaman.
Vautier, driving for Sam Schmidt Motorsports, won from the pole in the 60-lap race on the 1.51-mile street course. The Frenchman moved into second place in the season standings, six points behind Esteban Guerrieri with two races left.
Carlos Munoz was third, and Guerrieri finished fourth.
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