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[ad_1] Porsche’s World Endurance Championship leader Brendon Hartley has revealed he is keen on a switch to IndyCar next year after the end of the German manufacturer’s LMP1 programme. The New Zealander confirmed that he is “genuinely looking at IndyCars” after being linked to drives with both Ganassi and Schmidt Peterson Motorsport for next year.
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[ad_1] The Schmidt Peterson Motorsports IndyCar team has announced “an increased level of partnership” with Honda and a contract extension through 2020. SPM has been a Honda team since engine competition returned to the series in 2012, and ran Honda Performance Development’s side of the ’18 universal aerokit testing (pictured below). Piers Phillips, the team’s
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[ad_1] Scott Dixon says he will not “overcomplicate” the IndyCar season finale at Sonoma after cutting Josef Newgarden’s championship lead from 31 points to three after last weekend’s Watkins Glen race. Four-time series champion Dixon finished second in Sunday’s race behind eventual winner Alexander Rossi, while Penske’s championship leader Newgarden collided with the pit exit
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