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Harvey closing on six-race IndyCar deal

Mazda Road to Indy graduate Jack Harvey is speeding toward signing a six-race deal to compete in the Verizon IndyCar Series. The young Briton, who made his Indy 500 debut in May with a Honda-powered effort fielded by Michael Shank Racing with Andretti Autosport, and returned for the final two rounds in Schmidt Peterson Motorsports' second car (pictured below), is in the final stages of assembling a program that builds upon the three races he completed in 2017. "I was very fortunate to end the season with Auto Nation and Sirius/XM wanting to expand with me next year," Harvey told RACER. "My goal, knowing they were going to increase their support, was to find a home where I...
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