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DragonSpeed in IndyCar entry talks

World Endurance Championship LMP1 privateer team DragonSpeed will today speak to IndyCar as it plots a one-car entry for the 2019 season.  DragonSpeed intends to run Ben Hanley in IndyCar, having begun work on the potential program last month and, continuing the growing trend of smaller outfits affiliating with a larger team, DragonSpeed is looking into a similar arrangement. The team is aiming for a part-time program including the Indianapolis 500 next year. Team boss Elton Julian says the program’s viability has been helped by the WEC’s revised winter calendar following its one-off ‘superseason’, and that he intends to staff the solo IndyCar with his existing sportscar team...
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