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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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2017 INDYCAR Team Review: Schmidt Peterson Motorsports

Entering his third season with Schmidt Peterson Motorsports, James Hinchcliffe looked to end a winless drought that began in April 2015. In race No. 2 of the 2017 IndyCar Series season, that drought came to an end when Hinchcliffe won the Toyota Grand Prix of Long Beach after qualifying fourth and …

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2017 INDYCAR Team Review: Rahal Letterman Lanigan Racing

For the fourth consecutive year, Rahal Letterman Lanigan Racing fielded one full-time entry for Graham Rahal, the son of team owner and former racer Bobby Rahal. Rahal finished sixth in the IndyCar Series championship — the highest among single-car teams. Considering the way the season began for the No. 15 …

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2017 INDYCAR Team Review: Ed Carpenter Racing

Although it lost Josef Newgarden in free agency to Team Penske after the 2016 IndyCar Series season, Ed Carpenter Racing still had moments of success throughout 2017. JR Hildebrand was hired to pilot No. 21 Chevrolet, and the No. 20 competed full-time with Spencer Pigot in the cockpit for 11 …

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Rene Binder to Run Four IndyCar Races with Juncos Racing

Austrian open-wheel racer Rene Binder will compete in four IndyCar Series events this year, starting with the season opener at St. Petersburg. Binder, 26, raced full-time in last year’s World Series Formula V8 3.5 championship and earned four wins, including the series’ final event at the Bahrain International Circuit. He’ll …

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Ed Carpenter Racing Adds Jordan King to Driver Lineup

Ed Carpenter Racing has finalized its 2018 Verizon IndyCar Series driver lineup. Jordan King will drive the No. 20 Chevrolet on the street and road courses while team owner Ed Carpenter will compete on the ovals. Spencer Pigot was confirmed as the full-time driver of the No. 21 in September, …

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2017 INDYCAR Team Review: Dale Coyne Racing

When KVSH Racing folded after the 2016 IndyCar Series season, Sébastien Bourdais needed a new ride. For 2017, the driver signed with Dale Coyne Racing, which he drove for in 2011. The team also brought 2016 Indy Lights champion Ed Jones on board for the season. Coyne and Bourdais had …

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Carlos Munoz Reunites with Andretti Autosport to Run 102nd Indy 500

Although Carlos Munoz doesn’t have a plan in place to run the full 2018 IndyCar Series season, he’ll run the next Indianapolis 500 with his former team, Andretti Autosport. Munoz and AJ Foyt Racing went separate ways after one season together when the 2017 campaign ended to bring in 19-year-old …

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