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Pigot’s first IndyCar podium a “weight off the shoulders”

Spencer Pigot, who became Ed Carpenter Racing’s full-time driver this year, says that scoring his first podium in the IndyCar Series was a relief and was simply the result of a strong car and a day where “everything went right.” The 2015 Indy Lights champion made his three Mazda scholarship IndyCar outings with Rahal Letterman Lanigan Racing in the first quarter of the season, but joined Carpenter’s team after Indy as the road/street course driver in the #20 car, sharing with the team owner who races ovals only. For 2018, Carpenter replaced JR Hildebrand with Pigot as the full-timer in the #21 car, and yesterday Pigot continued ECR’s strong form at Iowa Speedway. The #21 car won...
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