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Harvey buoyant with front row start for Indy GP

At their present success rate, the Meyer Shank Racing team and driver Jack Harvey might consider lobbying the NTT IndyCar Series to hold all of its events on the Indianapolis Motor Speedway road course. Partnered with Arrow SPM in 2019, the Briton qualified the No. 60 Honda third at the Indy GP and earned the first podium for the team owned by Mike Shank and Jim Meyer with a gutsy drive to reclaim third by the checkered flag. Shifting to an alliance with Andretti Autosport this season, Harvey’s Honda was moments away from delivering the team its first IndyCar pole on his favorite road course, but Team Penske’s Will Power spoiled the celebration as the last driver to cross the timing...
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