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Indy Lights champ Kaiser enters Global MX-5 Cup Showdown

Mazda's $75,000 Global MX-5 Cup open invitational showdown at Mazda Raceway Laguna Seca will have new Indy Lights champion Kyle Kaiser in the field. Set to make his Indy 500 debut in 2018, along with a handful of other Verizon IndyCar Series starts as a result of winning the $1 million prize he earned from Mazda for clinching the Lights title, California's Kaiser is expected to be joined by other drivers who race outside of the Global MX-5 Cup series as part of a rich and diverse grid. With another big check on the line, and the race taking place at his home track from Oct. 13-15, Kaiser's cash grab could reach $1,075,000 if he can take down series champion Patrick Gallagher, runner-up...
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