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Servia eyes IMSA Prototypes as next career move

IndyCar veteran Oriol Servia is looking to IMSA's Prototype class as the next destination to extend a long and distinguished career. The Catalonian, who was recently hired by the Verizon IndyCar Series to help test and develop its new 2018 bodywork and electronics alongside Juan Pablo Montoya, would welcome competing against the Colombian and fellow open-wheel veteran Helio Castroneves in a Daytona Prototype international or privateer LMP2 chassis as IMSA's top class prepares for a big influx of talent next year. "The interest really started from wanting to drive something competitive and continue doing what I've been doing for 20 years," Servia told RACER. "Three years ago...
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