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Askew: IndyCar series is ‘most competitive in the world’

Oliver Askew, driver of the number seven Arrow McLaren SP Chevy, believes that the troubles he’s had in his rookie season are magnified due to the exceedingly close competition within IndyCar. In the nine races so far this season, Askew has finished behind his team-mate Pato O’Ward six times and has only been able to earn a single podium to O’Ward’s three. A few bouts of bad luck have also hurt the young Floridian, including a hard crash in the Indianapolis 500 that put him out of contention for a solid finish. Even on a weekend with no issues, the competition is so tight, and the veterans are so consistent, Askew has come to realize that even a small gap in performance can lead to...
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