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Harvey gaining 2018 IndyCar traction

A run to 14th at Watkins Glen isn't the kind of result that will garner headlines, but according to Verizon IndyCar Series rookie Jack Harvey, it can do wonders behind the scenes. Harvey's IndyCar road course debut with Schmidt Peterson Motorsports last weekend confirmed the Briton's potential as he qualified two spots behind team leader James Hinchcliffe and ran competitively in the 60-lap race, where he finished directly behind 2017 Rookie of the Year Ed Jones. Related Stories Related Stories IndyCar Kimball draws interest as CGR talks 'long way apart' GALLERY: Sato sits for Borg-Warner bust Claman DeMelo to race for RLLR at Sonoma Garcia testing for third SPM car at Sonoma IndyCar Cup...
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