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Jordan King switches to IndyCar for road/street course ECR deal

Jordan King will switch to IndyCar this year after signing a deal to pilot Ed Carpenter Racing’s No. 20 car on road and street courses. King finished 11th in last year’s Formula 2 championship, having made Formula 1 practice and test runs for Manor in 2016, before the minnow team folded. King will share the No. 20 machine with team owner Ed Carpenter, who will race the car on oval courses. “I am beyond excited to get started in the Verizon IndyCar Series,” stated King, who is set for 11 races this year. “After winning at Silverstone [in GP2] in 2016 and being able to drive in F1 practice, 2017 was not what I was hoping for. “Going into the new season,...
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