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Mark Miles interview, Part 2: IndyCar sponsorship, new engine partners

The close of RACER's two-part pre-season conversation with Verizon IndyCar Series CEO Mark Miles covers the searches for a new title sponsor and new engine manufacturers to join Chevy and Honda. With Verizon's time as IndyCar's primary sponsor set to end later this year, Miles has been actively pursuing a replacement for the telecommunications giant. Following yesterday's discussion on IndyCar's similar hunt for new TV and streaming contracts, Miles sees the two as interlinked tasks. Related Stories Related Stories IndyCar Continental expresses interest in IndyCar IndyCar extends Holmatro Safety Team deal for five years Interview: Mark Miles on IndyCar's TV future RLL reveals another new...
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