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Chip Ganassi Racing’s rookie star Felix Rosenqvist says the IndyCar Dallara-Honda is the most difficult car he has needed to master in his career. Despite not turning 28 until November, Rosenqvist has enjoyed a remarkably varied career since winning the Formula Renault Asia title back in 2007. His path since then has encompassed Formula Renault,
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IndyCar plans to conduct its first on-track test with its Red Bull Advanced Technologies-developed aeroscreen cockpit protection device at Indianapolis next month. A full-day test session has been scheduled for October 2 on the oval, and driving duties will be shared between Ganassi’s five-time Indycar champion Scott Dixon and Penske driver Will Power. Dixon originally
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James Hinchcliffe will stay on with what will become McLaren Racing SP into the 2020 IndyCar Series season. McLaren’s new partnership with what is currently Arrow Schmidt Peterson Motorsport means a switch from Honda to Chevrolet engines. Hinchcliffe, an SPM driver since 2015, has long-standing ties with Honda and well-placed sources had suggested American Honda
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IndyCar championship leader Josef Newgarden will start tomorrow’s race at Pocono from pole position after rainfall led to the cancellation of qualifying at the tri-oval. The opening practice session was initially delayed after low cloud cover stopped the medical helicopter from getting to the circuit. Around an hour into the delay, IndyCar officials sent the
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Leaving Honda for Chevrolet was a “big negative” in Schmidt Peterson Motorsports’ partnership with McLaren in IndyCar, but the deal was a “no-brainer”, according to team boss Sam Schmidt. Schmidt’s team will merge with McLaren for a full season of IndyCar next year under the Arrow McLaren Racing SP banner with Chevrolet power, in what
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