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John Haverlin

John Haverlin is Frontstretch's exclusive IndyCar editor and writer. He has covered American auto racing's various forms, including NASCAR Cup, Xfinity, Truck, K&N, Whelen Modified, IndyCar, Mazda Road to Indy, USAC, Modified Touring Series, World of Outlaws, ARCA and ACT Tour. He is a graduate of Arizona State University and currently resides in Long Island, New York.

Zach Veach, Spencer Pigot Secure Full-Time Rides For 2018

Two pieces of the Verizon IndyCar Series’ Silly Season puzzle have been put into place this week as Zach Veach and Spencer Pigot announced full-time rides for 2018. Veach, who ran two races this season — including the 101st Indianapolis 500, will compete with Andretti Autosport in the No. 26 Honda. …

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Despite Watkins Glen Trouble, Josef Newgarden Still Has Points Advantage, But .…

Josef Newgarden finished 18th in the IndyCar Grand Prix at the Glen on Sunday after an accident with Sébastien Bourdais while leaving pit road, but nonetheless maintains a three-point lead over four-time champion Scott Dixon in the standings. Newgarden was racing Team Penske teammate Will Power off pit lane during the …

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Kyle Kaiser Wins Indy Lights Title, Clinches Entry into 102nd Indy 500

When Kyle Kaiser took the green flag for the final event of the 2017 Indy Lights season, he clinched the championship, a $1 million scholarship toward racing in the 2018 Verizon IndyCar Series season, and participation in three IndyCar races, including the 102nd Indianapolis 500. The 21-year-old Juncos Racing driver …

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This May Be Only The Beginning For Josef Newgarden

Josef Newgarden won the Bommarito Automotive Group 500 at Gateway Motorsports Park on Saturday night and boosted his lead in the Verizon IndyCar Series championship to 31 points over Scott Dixon. Newgarden has been the hottest IndyCar driver over the last month and a half. He’s won three of the …

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Alexander Rossi Says Andretti Has Improved From 2016, But Lack Of Results Has Impeded Team

Although Alexander Rossi is winless with four races left in the Verizon IndyCar Series season, he still feels he and Andretti Autosport have performed better than last year. Rossi won the 100th Indianapolis 500 in 2016, but it was otherwise a miserable rookie season for him. He left Europe after …

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