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Ferrucci to Drive No. 18 for DCVS in 2020

PLAINFIELD, IL, (January 23, 2020) – Dale Coyne, Jimmy Vasser, and James “Sulli” Sullivan announced today that rising American star and Indianapolis 500 “Rookie of the Year,” Santino Ferrucci, will drive the No.18 Team SealMaster car, co-entered by Dale Coyne Racing and Vasser-Sullivan Racing for the 2020 NTT IndyCar Series season.   The car will […]

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Firestone Grand Prix of St. Petersburg – Monday – final-final – 5,500 more words on an epic opening weekend of IndyCar and MRTI action

By Tony DiZinno, Patrick Stephan and Steve Wittich Phew, that season opener sure gave us a lot to talk about after the race had ended. And, there were a number topics we didn’t even cover. How the UAK18 performed – well. Who were the pleasant surprises – Robert Wickens and Schmidt Peterson Motorsports. Who had...

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Rookie Jones gives Coyne Best Indy 500 Start

Rookie Jones gives Coyne Best Indy 500 Start Indianapolis, IN (May 21, 2017) – Rookie Ed Jones gave Dale Coyne Racing its best spot on the starting grid of the Indianapolis 500 by securing an 11th place start during Sunday’sfinal day of qualifying action. The Dubai resident registered four laps over 230 mph, with a quickest […]

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