#DXC600 at Texas Motor Speedway

James Hinchcliffe No. 5 Arrow Electronics Schmidt Peterson Motorsports Honda “We were making progress on that first stint - we were one of the last cars to pit. We made up a good chunk of time, and then we had a problem with
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Race Report: Verizon IndyCar Series

With nine races complete on the 2018 Verizon IndyCar Series schedule, the Andretti Autosport team leaves Texas Motor Speedway after 248 laps under the lights. The team heads back to Indianapolis where preparation begins for the next event held at
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Heartbreak for Claman De Melo in Texas After Strong Run

Heartbreak for Claman De Melo in Texas After Strong Run Fort Worth, TX (June 9, 2018) –  Dale Coyne Racing’s Zachary Claman De Melo was on his way to a possible Top 5 finish aboard his #19 Paysafe machine on Saturday
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Race Report: DXC Technology 600

FORT WORTH – Despite the high hopes coming into the DXC Technology 600, the race at Texas Motor Speedway was over before it really began for A.J. Foyt’s ABC Supply team. Matheus ‘Matt’ Leist started 19th and began working his way through
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CHEVY INDYCAR AT TEXAS: Pagenaud Puts Chevy on Podium at Texas

CHEVROLET RACING IN THE VERIZON INDYCAR SERIES DXC TECHNOLOGY 600 TEXAS MOTOR SPEEDWAY TEAM CHEVY POST RACE DRIVER QUOTES JUNE 9, 2018 Simon Pagenaud Puts Chevy on Podium at Texas FT WORTH - June 9, 2018) – Simon Pagenaud scored a hard-fought runner-up finish in the
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