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Carlin adds IndyCar strength by subtraction

Being a single-car team has not prevented Carlin Racing from flexing its muscles in an NTT IndyCar Series filled with organizations comprised of two, three, four, or five-car programs. Despite lacking a second car to share and expedite the chassis tuning workload in practice, Carlin’s No. 59 Chevy shared by Max Chilton (road and street courses) and Conor Daly (ovals) has gotten off to a fast start so far in 2020. With Daly placing sixth in Texas, and Chilton running as high as fifth last weekend in Indianapolis (pictured above) before the mid-race caution turned his fortunes upside down, the series’ only one-car outfit is giving its bigger rivals a hard time in the early stages of the...
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