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DragonSpeed to make part-time IndyCar Series debut in 2019

Dragonspeed has confirmed it will make its debut in the IndyCar Series in 2019 on a part-time basis, with an eye on a full-time 2020 tilt. The American team will be fielding a single car effort and will be powered by Chevrolet engines. Ben Hanley, with prior single-seater experience in junior formula – having reached GP2 and Formula Renault 3.5 – will pilot the car. DragonSpeed’s schedule will include the season opener on the streets of St. Petersburg on March 10, Barber Motorsports Park on April 7, the Indianapolis 500 on May 26, Road America on June 23 and its final appearance is set for the Mid-Ohio Sports Car Course on July 28. The Florida-based outfit also currently...
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