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Road to Indy continue scholarship prizes worth $2m despite Mazda exit

IndyCar officials have confirmed the scholarship prizes for 2019 in light of leading partner Mazda's impending exit. Road to Indy has been IndyCar's officially sanctioned feeder series for nearly a decade and it has been confirmed the champions of the respective series in USF2000, Pro Mazda and Indy Lights will continue to receive scholarship prizes despite Mazda departing as the title sponsor. Their promotion company, Andersen Promotions, has operated the three-tiered ladder since 2014. They have announced a combined $2 million in scholarships and prizes will be distributed to help the champion at each level take the next step up the North American open-wheel racing ladder. The...
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