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Indy Lights cancels 2020 season due to coronavirus

The official feeder category for the IndyCar Series, Indy Lights, has cancelled its 2020 season due to the effects of the Covid-19 pandemic. Due to the ongoing pandemic, several events have been rescheduled or cancelled outright, leaving the feeder series in disarray and unable to fulfil its schedule for the season. The category was first established in 1986 under the title of the CART American Racing Series. Many of its alumni have gone onto take greater success in IndyCar such as Paul Tracy, Scott Dixon, and Tony Kanaan as well as reigning double IndyCar champion Josef Newgarden. ADVERTISEMENT In 2019, 23 of the 33 starters at the 103rd running of the Indianapolis 500 were all graduates...
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