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Alexander Rossi used a mental technique pioneered by Olympic swimming legend Michael Phelps to ensure his performances did not drop off during his 2018 IndyCar title-contending season. Rossi lost out to eventual champion Scott Dixon in the Sonoma finale in his breakthrough IndyCar season in which the 2016 Indianapolis 500 winner spearheaded a revived Andretti
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Cosworth has spoken to several manufacturers regarding a potential IndyCar engine programme. The British engineering firm is currently investing heavily in a new American base after signing a long-term contract with the Fiat-Chrysler group as part of its expansion. “During a tour of its Northamptonshire base earlier this year, Autosport was told that motorsport applications
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DragonSpeed has confirmed a part-time 2019 IndyCar programme with the intention of going full-time the following year. The World Endurance Championship LMP1 and LMP2 squad has confirmed its expected deal for its sportscar regular Ben Hanley to pilot the team’s single-car entry. It has also signed Chevrolet as its engine supplier – DragonSpeed explored opportunities
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Ex-Sauber Formula 1 driver Marcus Ericsson has completed his first IndyCar test with Schmidt Peterson Motorsports at Sebring, covering “around 100-115” laps. Ericsson will compete in the 2019 IndyCar season alongside James Hinchcliffe, as Robert Wickens continues his recovery from his serious injuries suffered at Pocono earlier this year. The F1 convert’s first IndyCar experience
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