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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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2017 INDYCAR Team Review: Andretti Autosport

It wasn’t quite the renaissance year that Andretti Autosport hoped for, but it was an improvement from 2016. The team brought in Takuma Sato from AJ Foyt Racing in the offseason to replace Carlos Munoz in the No. 26 Honda. Sato’s goal was to be in a more competitive car …

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Carlin to Field Full-time IndyCar Entries for Charlie Kimball, Max Chilton in 2018

Carlin will move into the Verizon IndyCar Series next season and field two full-time entries for Charlie Kimball and Max Chilton. Kimball and Chilton competed with Chip Ganassi Racing last season, but the team has downsized from four full-time cars to two. Ganassi decided Scott Dixon and Ed Jones would …

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2017 INDYCAR Team Review: AJ Foyt Racing

For the second consecutive year, AJ Foyt Racing went separate ways with both of its drivers during the offseason. The team has signed former champion Tony Kanaan and IndyCar Series rookie Matheus Leist for 2018, leaving Conor Daly and Carlos Munoz to look for opportunities elsewhere. Munoz and Daly finished …

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Michael Shank Racing Announces 2018 Programs

On Friday morning, Michael Shank Racing announced two separate racing programs for the 2018 season at the PRI Trade Show in Indianapolis.  For the Verizon IndyCar Series, the team announced a part-time effort in partnership with Schmidt Peterson Motorsports.  Meanwhile, the team’s two-car program in the IMSA WeatherTech SportsCar Championship …

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