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Dragonspeed to focus on sportscar program, will miss IndyCar opener

US-based racing team Dragonspeed will not be competing in the 2020 NTT IndyCar season opener at Texas Motor Speedway on June 6, the team confirmed to MotorsportWeek.com. The team has been hit hard by the sudden schedule changes surrounding the COVID-19 pandemic and will need some time to ramp up its relatively new open-wheel program. The team’s main focus this year will be on its established entries in the European Le Mans Series and the IMSA WeatherTech Sportscar Championship, which is set to return to action in mid-July at Sebring.  ADVERTISEMENT In a statement, Dragonspeed said, “While sportscars remain our bread and butter, INDYCAR is the focus of our future growth.
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