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Malloy to anchor SPM engineering group

Sweeping additions to Schmidt Peterson Motorsports' 2018 Verizon IndyCar Series program have been made to bolster its two-car Honda effort. Related Stories Related Stories IndyCar Veach building strength ahead of 2018 IndyCar campaign Nashville pulls the plug on proposed race IndyCar spotter Burgess turned retro starter Juncos keen to expand Kaiser's 2018 IndyCar program The Week in IndyCar, Nov. 9, with JR Hildebrand As RACER reported in October, former Chip Ganassi Racing engineer Todd Malloy will anchor SPM's engineering group after James Hinchcliffe's engineer Allen McDonald departed and joined Ed Carpenter Racing. Malloy, an Indy 500 winner in 2011 with the late Dan Wheldon, will...
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