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Newgarden wants F1 shot in future

2017 IndyCar champion Josef Newgarden has revealed he wants to do a season in Formula 1 in the future. Newgarden secured his maiden IndyCar championship this year in his first season with Penske, which also saw him compete against Fernando Alonso in the Indy 500. While Newgarden sees himself as holding one of the best possible IndyCar seats, he admits he'd like to follow Alonso's lead and try multiple categories of racing, including F1. "I've got to understand where I am at," Newgarden told N.com while at the F1 race at Circuit of The Americas in Austin, Texas. "I'm in the best situation I could ever possibly dream of in the American side. "With IndyCar, with American...
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