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IndyCar CEO Mark Miles reacts to McLaren joining the series

The biggest news in IndyCar in the few weeks is the addition of a McLaren/ SPM partnership fielding two full-time Chevrolets in 2020.  Following a shocking DNQ at the 103rd running of the Indy 500, it might have come as a surprise to many IndyCar fans that McLaren chose to run fulltime but not to CEO Mark Miles. The IndyCar chairman went on record saying he way delighted but not surprised. “We’re delighted,” Miles told NBC Sports.com. “It’s great. It’s important. I have thought for some time this day would come. It was more of a matter of ‘when,’ then ‘ever.’ McLaren has had a long and storied history in IndyCar,...
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