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The moment of truth for JR Hildebrand

Returning to fulltime IndyCar competition for the first time in four years, JR Hildebrand has a golden opportunity to refire his career. But it’s near-vital that he starts winning races, as he himself admits. David Malsher believes he can do it. JR Hildebrand has got to win this year. It could be while surrounded by the cacti at Phoenix International Raceway, the woods of Elkhart Lake or Watkins Glen, the dustbowl of Sonoma in mid-September. But somewhere, that #21 Ed Carpenter Racing-Chevrolet needs to be covered in confetti, its driver soaked in champagne. It’s not just me who feels this way; the man himself said it. There it was, in a press release from Sonoma Raceway, where...
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