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F1 chance doesn't rule out IndyCar - Hartley

Brendon Hartley says his interest in racing in IndyCar next season remains despite his Toro Rosso call-up but insists he has not confirmed where he will race. The New Zealander will make his Formula 1 debut at Circuit of The Americas when he races for Toro Rosso in the United States Grand Prix. The move comes with Porsche pulling out of the World Endurance Championship, and Hartley had been lined up for a drive at Chip Ganassi Racing alongside Scott Dixon next season. With the F1 chance coming late in the season, Hartley says he is unsure if he will do more than one race for Toro Rosso but is keeping his options open for 2018. "Nothing's been confirmed for me for next year,"...
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