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Veach closing on Andretti drive

Zach Veach's dream of becoming a full-time IndyCar driver appears to have arrived. As RACER recently reported, the six-time Indy Lights race winner and two-time Verizon IndyCar Series starter was vying for a seat at two teams, and is expected to be confirmed as the newest Andretti Autosport Honda driver in the next two days where he'll join Ryan Hunter-Reay, Alexander Rossi and Marco Andretti in 2018. "I really don't have anything to say right now but I've been working on a full-time ride for a long time and if it comes together it's going to be great," Veach told RACER on Monday afternoon. His sponsor will be revealed at this weekend's IndyCar finale at Sonoma, where Veach had...
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