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Armstrong moves from F2 to IndyCar with Ganassi

Chip Ganassi Racing has hired the Formula 2 veteran Marcus Armstrong to drive in a newly-branded #11 entry for the road and street courses next season. Armstrong will be driving a bulk of the races for the team’s fourth entry, which was vacated when Jimmie Johnson decided to end his full time racing career at […]
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