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Carlin's IndyCar program 'a dream come true'

Trevor Carlin's plans to move his championship-winning junior open-wheel organization up to the Verizon IndyCar Series have been in motion since the team's formation. The powerhouse entrant, champions in seemingly every European ladder series, added a North American chapter to its legacy in 2015 when Carlin Racing joined Indy Lights on the Mazda Road to Indy. And with the Lights title won by Ed Jones in 2016, there was only one step left for the British team to make. "It's a dream come true, really," Carlin told RACER. "And it literally was a dream 30 years ago when I first became aware of IndyCar racing and watched it. To be able to say there's going to be a Carlin entry in...
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