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James Hinchcliffe open to NASCAR and Le Mans opportunities with new sponsor

James Hinchcliffe has expressed his interest in trying out other racing categories in the wake of losing his full-time IndyCar seat for the 2020 racing season. Aside from his enforced injury lay-off after his serious Indianapolis qualifying accident in 2015, this will be the first season that Hinchcliffe has not competed in a full IndyCar schedule since entering the sport in 2011. Hinchcliffe was recently able to secure sponsorship from Telecommunications company Genesys and will compete in the Indy 500 and the IndyCar Grand Prix in May, but has yet to confirm the team with which he will race. With his 2020 schedule still open at this point, Hinchcliffe intends to use his extra...
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