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McLaughlin IndyCar debut plans in limbo

Reigning Australian Supercars champion Scott McLaughlin was being prepared for up to eight NTT IndyCar Series races prior to the COVID-19 outbreak. The New Zealander’s first race for Team Penske was meant to take place on May 9 at the Indianapolis Motor Speedway road course, and with numerous gaps in the IndyCar and Supercars calendars, a packed season of international flights were planned. Based on the latest schedules from both series, the wide-open weekends have largely disappeared, leaving the Kiwi with half as many opportunities to make his IndyCar debut alongside Penske’s Josef Newgarden, Simon Pagenaud, and Will Power. Of the options to consider, the ovals at Texas and...
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