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DragonSpeed files an Indy 500 entry, looks for 2019 success repeat

DragonSpeed has filed an entry for the 104th Indianapolis 500. A driver has not been attached to the seat as negotiations take place with funded candidates to pilot the No. 81 Chevy. The Elton Julian-owned team was among the biggest stories to emerge from the event in 2019, where the sports car team made its debut at the Speedway with oval rookie Ben Hanley and safely made the show after qualifying 27th (photo above). The Briton’s fairytale run would end with a gearbox issue after 54 laps, though, and the Indy 500 would serve as DragonSpeed’s third and final race of the season. The team returned with Hanley in March for the St. Petersburg season opener, only to have the event called...
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