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DragonSpeed confirms Indy 500 entry

The No. 81 DragonSpeed Chevy will complete the Indianapolis 500’s legendary field of 33. The team owned by former open-wheel and sports car driver Elton Julian completed the deal after a late rally of interested parties came together to complete the necessary funding for the NTT IndyCar Series team to ready its entry ahead of Wednesday’s opening practice session at the Indianapolis Motor Speedway. England’s Ben Hanley, who starred as a rookie in qualifying for the 2019 Indy 500 with DragonSpeed (pictured above), will return to drive the No. 81 with veteran race engineer John Dick joining the Briton to resume their successful partnership. 'So far, 2020 has been the year everyone will...
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