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Askew sends a message with Fast Six run

Arrow McLaren SP knew what it was getting when it signed 2018 Indy Lights champion Pato O’Ward to drive the No. 7 Chevy. The rapid Mexican demonstrated immense potential in a handful of IndyCar events last year with Carlin Racing, and with his penchant for making bold passes, it was easy for Sam Schmidt, Ric Peterson, and new partners McLaren Racing to imagine more of the same being unleashed in 2020. It’s fair to say O’Ward’s rookie teammate, 2019 Indy Lights champion Oliver Askew, was more of a blank page waiting to be filled with evidence of similar promise. Fresh off making the Firestone Fast Six in his first attempt, the lanky kid from Florida is starting to fill the AMSP book...
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