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Unser Jr. calls Harding role 'a dream come true'

Al Unser Jr. calls his new role as a driver coach and executive consultant at Harding Racing "a dream come true." Speaking with Bob Jenkins at the Race Chasers of Indiana luncheon on Saturday, the two-time Indianapolis 500 winner told the audience that the his job with the team – which is housed at Ed Carpenter Racing's former Main Street shop in Speedway – comes with a perk he's never had before. Related Stories Related Stories IndyCar Marchionne comment renews IndyCar third manufacturer speculation Rahal, Sato eager to get reunion started IndyCar manufacturers scale back engine development for 2018 Briscoe to host ABC's Indy 500 telecast Patrick in frame for second DRR Indy...
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