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Mazda to drop Road to Indy at end of 2018 season, reevaluate motorsports program

The development series that builds young talent to the Verizon IndyCar Series finds itself without a title sponsor heading out of 2018. Mazda Motorsports confirmed Tuesday in a statement that the manufacturer is to withdraw from the series at the completion of the season. The move with not effect the scholarships awarded to winners or any of the operations as usual through 2018. Mazda is taking the opportunity to reevaluate their motorsports program, and in doing so will cease operations in the various IndyCar ladder series: USF2000, Pro Mazda, and Indy Lights. “We have truly enjoyed our role in developing young racers into Indy 500 hopefuls,” Director of Mazda Motorsports John...
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