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Ganassi adds Ericsson to IndyCar line-up

Marcus Ericsson will drive for an expanded Chip Ganassi Racing team in next year’s IndyCar Series
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GALLERY: IndyCar's Indianapolis aeroscreen test

Check out images of IndyCar's aeroscreen testing from Indianapolis Motor Speedway
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IndyCar completes aeroscreen test at Indianapolis

IndyCar has declared an on-track test of its new-for-2020 aeroscreen a success after a day spent running at Indianapolis
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Newgarden wins title as Herta holds off Power in finale

Josef Newgarden has won the 2019 IndyCar Series by finishing eighth at Laguna Seca, while Colton Herta beat Will Power to victory in the season finale
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Have your say in the Speedcafe.com Motorsport Survey

Speedcafe.com is giving you the chance to win up to $18,000 worth of prizes by participating in the 2019 Motorsport Survey.
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Herta pips Dixon to Laguna Seca pole

Colton Herta has pipped Scott Dixon to pole position for the IndyCar finale at Laguna Seca as all four title contenders made the Fast Six
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Power admits to disappointment with career

Will Power has admitted that he sometimes feels “very disappointed” by the near misses in his career, after edging further up the list of all-time IndyCar race winners...
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Richmond replaces Pocono on 2020 IndyCar calendar

IndyCar has released its 2020 calendar with Richmond Raceway replacing Pocono Raceway
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Power wins, Dixon’s title hopes all but over

Will Power has won the penultimate IndyCar race of the season at Portland after Scott Dixon suffered a battery problem while leading
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Herta denies Power pole at Portland

Colton Herta has taken pole position for the penultimate IndyCar race of the season at Portland, edging out Will Power by less than two hundredths of a second
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Pulled muscle means Ericsson on standby for Raikkonen

Kimi Raikkonen says that a pulled muscle is the reason why Marcus Ericsson has skipped an IndyCar race to be on standby for Alfa Romeo at the Belgian Grand Prix
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Sato wins from last in chaotic Gateway IndyCar encounter

Takuma Sato has beaten Ed Carpenter to victory by 0.0399s at Gateway despite falling to last in the opening stages of the race
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