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Hunter-Reay's Racing for Cancer charity celebrates milestone

IndyCar stars Ryan Hunter-Reay and James Hinchcliffe will spend Thursday and Friday in Florida where they'll trade the cockpit for clipboards at the third annual "Race to Beat Cancer" driving school. Created by the Andretti Autosport driver in 2016 to raise funds for his Racing for Cancer charity, his close friend and former teammate Hinchcliffe has become part of the instructional package for 30 amateur racers at Palm Beach International Raceway. Related Stories Related Stories IndyCar Mark Miles interview, Part 2: IndyCar sponsorship, new engine partners The Week In IndyCar, Feb. 21, with Spencer Pigot Continental expresses interest in IndyCar IndyCar extends Holmatro Safety...
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