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DragonSpeed playing the waiting game with 2020 plans

With three racing programs to run across the European Le Mans Series, IMSA’s WeatherTech SportsCar Championship, and the NTT IndyCar Series, Elton Julian’s DragonSpeed team is stuck in a big waiting game as schedules continually adjust in reaction to the coronavirus. Of the outfit’s three-pronged effort, the ELMS and IMSA currently offer the most certainty for DragonSpeed’s LMP2 programs to go forth without significant interruption. Its six-race IndyCar calendar is where greater questions remain, as some of the events the Indianapolis-based team expected to attend have been canceled or moved to new dates that conflict with its sports car outings.
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