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IndyCar field could grow in 2019 with interest from Harding Racing, Rahal Letterman Lanigan Racing, and DragonSpeed Racing

In Tuesday’s announcement that Conor Daly will replace Gabby Chaves for Toronto, Harding Racing revealed their intentions to become a two-car operation. However, they are not the only team looking to increase the series’ field size in 2019. Harding Racing team president Brian Barnhart confirmed in a team statement that the decision to put Daly in the car for Toronto was to determine a second driver for 2019, saying “If we can expand to a two-car team, all remaining races and testing will offer driver evaluation opportunities to determine who will become Gabby’s teammate in 2019.” Soon after, it was confirmed that Rahal Letterman Lanigan Racing is pursuing...
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