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INDYCAR: Marine Corps veteran Dooley set for operations role

IndyCar is expected to announce a new front-office hiring this week but it won't be Derrick Walker's replacement. RACER has learned that Kirk Dooley is joining IndyCar is some sort of liaison role involving competition and operations. Dooley has no known racing experience but is a U.S. Marine Corps veteran and Purdue University graduate who is believed to have a background in management and marketing. His LinkedIn profile says: "I am a Marine Officer retiring after 24 years, concluding a rich and diverse career that I will forever be grateful for. Now, I am excited to start the next chapter and look forward to continuing a track record of success by fusing a wealth of experience with...
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