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Rossi encouraged King to make IndyCar switch

New Ed Carpenter Racing signing Jordan King said that encouragement from former GP2 teammate Alexander Rossi was a factor in his decision to switch to IndyCar for 2018. The Briton, who was confirmed earlier today as the road/street course driver in the team's No.20 entry [below], raced alongside Rossi at Racing Engineering in 2015, and said that the 2016 Indy 500 winner was among those that he sounded out when the opportunity to move to the U.S. arose. Related Stories Related Stories IndyCar Jordan King to drive ECR's No.20 on road/street courses in 2018 Fan requests prompted Iowa IndyCar time shift The Week in IndyCar, Jan. 3, with Conor Daly New in-car views to boost 2018 IndyCar TV...
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