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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.

This Week in INDYCAR: Windscreens, Testing & College Basketball?

The 2018 IndyCar Series season doesn’t officially start for another month, but teams are already preparing to race. The series is in Phoenix this week for its annual Prix View test sessions at ISM Raceway and is also promoting the sport to a broader audience. Pagenaud, Kanaan go to College …

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Thoughts on the Chip Ganassi Racing-PNC Bank Partnership

On Tuesday (Feb. 6), Chip Ganassi Racing and PNC Bank announced a partnership that will see the financial corporation on Scott Dixon’s No. 9 Honda for the 2018 IndyCar Series season. Last year, Dixon’s team struggled to secure sponsorship. For preseason testing in Phoenix, Dixon piloted a blank white car …

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Michael Shank Racing Unveils Jack Harvey’s Indy 500 Entry

Michael Shank Racing’s Indy car was unveiled at Lucas Oil Stadium in Indianapolis on Thursday. The No. 60 Honda will be driven by Jack Harvey in six IndyCar Series races this year, including the 102nd Indianapolis 500. MSR and Schmidt Peterson Motorsports entered an alliance that will allow them to …

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Fernando Alonso Talks 24 Hours of Daytona Attempt, Stock Car Future

Two-time Formula 1 world champion Fernando Alonso is no stranger when it comes to trying something new. After all, he competed in the Indianapolis 500 last year and will drive in the Rolex 24 Hours of Daytona this weekend. Alonso, 36, competes with McLaren in F1, and that is his primary …

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Alex Bowman’s Unpredictable Ascent from Southern Arizona Native to NASCAR Star

Tucson, a city located in the heart of Pima County in Arizona, is famous for its Native American roots, proximity to the U.S.-Mexico border, desert environment and the University of Arizona. It’s now also the home of the replacement of NASCAR’s Most Popular Driver ever come February’s Daytona 500. Alex …

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