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Jones eager to make most of Ganassi opportunity

In what could easily be mistaken for a passage from the movie The Godfather, Ed Jones channeled his inner Don Vito Corleone while answering why he chose to leave Dale Coyne Racing for Chip Ganassi's championship-winning squad. "It was an offer that came up that I certainly couldn't refuse for the betterment of my career," Jones told RACER. "It's something that I think is an important move for me, it's simple as that, really." Jones has gone from winning the 2016 Indy Lights championship with Carlin Racing 13 months ago to studying alongside the peerless Sebastien Bourdais at DCR to finishing third on his Indy 500 debut to being thrust into the spotlight next to Scott...
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