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ECR adds Pearn to Daly crew for Indy

The catalyst of Martin Truex's 2017 NASCAR championship is coming out of retirement to engineer Conor Daly in next month's 104th Indianapolis 500. Cole Pearn, a native of Canada who went south to stock cars and helped Truex and the little Furniture Row team conquer NASCAR's grand prize, had stepped away from racing after 2019 to operate Golden Alpine Holidays in British Columbia but a chance to do Indianapolis with one of the fastest teams brought him back. “I wasn't sure when I would want to get back to racing, but this is a great opportunity to do so. To be able to do it at a high level was too hard to pass up,” said Pearn in an Ed Carpenter Racing press release. “Obviously, it...
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