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Marcus Ericsson is relishing the challenge of oval racing in 2019 IndyCar switch

Schmidt Peterson Motorsports driver Marcus Ericsson says he is relishing taking on the challenge of oval racing when he switches to IndyCar in 2019. Ericsson has raced in Formula 1 since 2014 and previously rose through the junior single-seater ladder, competing in Formula BMW, Japanese F3 and GP2 – F2’s predecessor – before joining motorsport’s top echelon. When asked on his oval experience by IndyCar.com, Ericsson said: 'Zero, I think you need to go into it very open-minded and sort of take it step by step. 'I’m lucky to have such a good team around me with SPM. They will help me get up to speed and with James [Hinchcliffe] as a team-mate, I think that will...
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