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Harding aims for second entry at Indy, select races

Harding Racing team president Brian Barnhart says that the fledgling operation could add a second car at select events this year as a step toward its long-term ambition of a second full-time car. The team confirmed earlier today that it will make its full-time debut in the Verizon IndyCar Series this year with a Chevrolet-powered entry for Gabby Chaves. Barnhart said that while a full-time teammate for the 24-year-old isn't yet financially viable, Harding is actively looking to field a second entry at select events, including the Indy 500. Related Stories Related Stories IndyCar Harding confirms full 2018 season with Chaves Patrick, CGR no longer talking about 500 plans The Week in...
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