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Robin Miller's Mailbag for November 22, presented by Honda...

Welcome to the Robin Miller Mailbag as presented by Honda Racing / HPD. You can follow the Santa Clarita, California-based company at: hpd.honda.com and on...
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Indy contenders welcome Danica's 500 return

Danica Patrick can expect a warm welcome from some of IndyCar's brightest stars upon her return to the Indy 500. Defending Verizon IndyCar Series champion...
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Shank exploring Schmidt IndyCar pairing, Acura extension in IMSA

Michael Shank Racing could announce a dual Honda/Acura program next month that includes something close to a half-season effort for Jack Harvey in an...
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Ganassi confirms Daytona, Indy talks with Patrick

Michael Andretti, Bobby Rahal and Roger Penske aren't interested in running Danica Patrick at next year's Indianapolis 500, so that leaves Chip Ganassi as...
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Rahal confident Patrick can star again at Indy

Danica Patrick's first IndyCar team owner is confident the NASCAR star can return to form at the 2018 Indy 500. Provided it's with the right team. Patrick, whose...
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Danica Patrick: Indy return plan 'came from my heart'

Danica Patrick expects that it will take some time for her to readjust to open-wheelers when she returns to the Indy 500 next year. Patrick made 115...
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Patrick to close career with Daytona, Indy in 2018

Danica Patrick broke down in tears as she confirmed 2017 was her last season as a full-time driver. "I'm grateful for all the opportunities,"...
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The Week in IndyCar Nov. 16, with Mike Hull, Part 1

Chip Ganassi Racing managing director Mike Hull joins Marshall Pruett as guest host for the first of a two-part #WeekinIndyCar podcast. With a relatively...
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Veach building strength ahead of 2018 IndyCar campaign

When we checked in with new Andretti Autosport IndyCar driver Zach Veach two months ago in Sonoma, he was consuming 5,000 calories per day and had added 10...
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Malloy to anchor SPM engineering group

Sweeping additions to Schmidt Peterson Motorsports' 2018 Verizon IndyCar Series program have been made to bolster its two-car Honda effort. As RACER...
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Veach reaches muscle peak...and still hates broccoli

When we checked in with new Andretti Autosport IndyCar driver Zach Veach two months ago in Sonoma, he was consuming 5,000 calories per day and had added 10...
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Robin Miller's Mailbag for November 15, presented by Honda...

Welcome to the Robin Miller Mailbag as presented by Honda Racing / HPD. You can follow the Santa Clarita, California-based company at: hpd.honda.com and...
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IndyCar spotter Burgess turned retro starter

Jason Burgess has added to his job as an IndyCar spotter '€“ a profession spent as far away from the spotlight as possible, with a new position...
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Ganassi closing in on win No.200

Chip Ganassi Racing is close to reaching a major milestone after clinching its 199th victory last weekend at the FIA World Endurance Championship held in...
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Engineering changes for Rahal IndyCar squad

Graham Rahal will pursue the 2018 Verizon IndyCar Series with a new race engineer in charge of his No. 15 Honda. The third-generation driver will have...
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An IndyCar driver in F1. How hard could it be?

"An American driver [In F1] would be great, but he needs to be successful," Haas F1's Guenther Steiner told the press at last month's United...
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SPM Calmels Indy 500 deal uncertain

The planned Indy 500 collaboration between Schmidt Peterson Motorsports and ex-Formula 1 entrant Didier Calmels to field former Champ Car driver Tristan...
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John Andretti completes chemotherapy treatment

John Andretti has completed his chemotherapy treatmentsThe former IndyCar and NASCAR driver announced in early May that he is fighting Stage 4 colon...
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The Week in IndyCar, Nov. 2, with Derek Daly

Veteran IndyCar driver and broadcaster Derek Daly joins Marshall Pruett as guest host for The Week in IndyCar to discuss his son and all that's happening...
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Kimball's IndyCar plans are 'coming together'

Charlie Kimball says his fans are getting closer to knowing where he'll drive in 2018. The seven-year Verizon IndyCar Series veteran, who entered the...
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Robin Miller's Mailbag for November 1, presented by Honda...

Welcome to the Robin Miller Mailbag as presented by Honda Racing / HPD. You can follow the Santa Clarita, California-based company at: hpd.honda.com and...
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