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Rowe to test through IndyCar's Race for Equality & Change program

The new Race for Equality & Change program initiated by the NTT IndyCar Series and Indianapolis Motor Speedway will take its first steps next week when young African-American open-wheel driver Myles Rowe heads to the IMS road course for a test. Rowe, who was identified by Team Penske’s Will Power as a driver with considerable potential, will climb into a Cape Motorsports USF2000 entry on Monday, and have the 2018 Indy 500 winner in attendance to assist with the test. With an extensive background in karting, Rowe made the transition to cars a few years ago in the Lucas Oil Formula Car Race Series, and completed a USF2000 test for the former John Cummiskey Racing team before running out of...
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