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IndyCar closes in on naming race director

The Verizon IndyCar Series is close to choosing a replacement for former race director Brian Barnhart. After three decades with the Indianapolis-based organization, Barnhart announced his departure to take on a new role as president of the Harding Racing IndyCar team at the end of November. The process of identifying candidates for the position is ongoing, and could be completed early in 2018. Related Stories Related Stories IndyCar Honda test closes IndyCar's 2017 on-track activities Kimball and family roll with wildfire's punches Kanaan on 2018 car: 'This is what I've been missing' The Week in IndyCar, Dec. 13, with Pippa Mann GALLERY: Sato, Borg-Warner Trophy visit Japan "The main...
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