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Ed Carpenter Racing head to West Coast for the Grand Prix of Long Beach

ED CARPENTER RACING HEADS TO WEST COAST FOR THE GRAND PRIX OF LONG BEACH Newgarden Eyes Podium In Long Beach After Career-Best Finish in 2015 (SPEEDWAY, Ind.) April 12, 2016 – Advance Notes Ed Carpenter Racing heads to the west coast this weekend for the 42nd Toyota Grand Prix of Long Beach. Josef Newgarden, driver […]

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ED CARPENTER RACING EAGER TO BEGIN 2016 VERIZON INDYCAR SERIES SEASON    Josef Newgarden Leads ECR’s Charge at Season-Opening Firestone Grand Prix of St. Petersburg (SPEEDWAY, Ind.) March 8, 2016 – Advance Notes This weekend’s 2016 Firestone Grand Prix of St. Petersburg will mark the return of Ed Carpenter Racing (ECR) to the Verizon IndyCar […]

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Newly branded Fuzzy’s Vodka Turn 2 VIP Suites to greet race fans at IMS

Newly branded Fuzzy’s Vodka Turn 2 VIP Suites to greet race fans at IMS INDIANAPOLIS, Wednesday, March 2, 2016 – For decades at the Indianapolis Motor Speedway, the Turn 2 suites have entertained guests during “The Greatest Spectacle in Racing” and other major motorsports events. Those highly coveted spaces will now be named “Fuzzy’s Vodka Turn 2 […]

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(PHOENIX) February 25, 2016 – To celebrate the 100th Running of the Indianapolis 500, Fuzzy’s Ultra Premium Vodka is releasing two commemorative, limited-edition bottles of vodka. In support of this momentous occasion, Ed Carpenter Racing  (ECR) will feature a special Fuzzy’s Ultra Premium Vodka paint scheme for the No. 21 Chevrolet driven by Josef Newgarden. The special […]

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