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IndyCar silly season update for October 30

After being sequestered for five weeks while filming the CBS reality-adventure show The Amazing Race, Conor Daly returned home to find he was out of a job at A.J. Foyt Racing. Brendon Hartley's deal to drive for Chip Ganassi was done at least two months ago, but all that changed behind closed doors and as a result, Dale Coyne Racing's Ed Jones was handed the opportunity of his lifetime. The three directional changes for Daly, Hartley, and Jones have lit the fire beneath a dying silly season, and with Ed Carpenter Racing continuing its search for a road and street course solution in the No. 20 Chevy, we have a few veteran teams looking to plug the remaining holes in the field. Starting with...
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