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Harding confirms full 2018 season with Chaves

Harding Racing has confirmed its long-held pans to become a full-time Verizon IndyCar Series entrant with Gabby Chaves piloting the No. 88 Chevy. The transition follows Harding's impressive debut in 2017 where Chaves contested the Indy 500, Texas and Pocono, earning ninth at Indianapolis and a strong fifth at the Fort Worth oval. Related Stories Related Stories IndyCar Patrick, CGR no longer talking about 500 plans The Week in IndyCar, Jan. 11, with Mike Hull 'It feels like we increased horsepower' - Hunter-Reay 'Different strengths for different drivers' in 2018 IndyCar - Jones IndyCar video - 'They don't normally dress up like this' With Harding, Chaves has earned a rare opportunity to...
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