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Second IndyCar Opportunity for Rinus VeeKay

Second IndyCar Opportunity for Rinus VeeKay INDIANAPOLIS, Ind. (October 10, 2019) – Just a month after Rinus VeeKay’s dominant display at Laguna Seca to cap off the Indy Lights presented by Cooper Tires season, the 19-year old will again have an opportunity to sample Indy car machinery. The Dutchman will get a second test outing with Ed...

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Dutch Champion Rinus VeeKay set for IndyCar Series Test with Ed Carpenter Racing

Dutch Champion Rinus VeeKay set for IndyCar Series Test with Ed Carpenter Racing INDIANAPOLIS, Ind. (July 19, 2019) – 2018 Indy Pro 2000 Champion and current Indy Lights driver, Rinus VeeKay will participate in his first NTT IndyCar Series test with Ed Carpenter Racing (ECR) in the No. 20 Chevrolet-powered IR-18 at Portland International Raceway...

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KOHLER Grand Prix at Road America – Friday – Final – 10:30pm

BY BRUCE MARTIN @BruceMartin_500 ELKHART LAKE, Wisconsin – Rumors of Team Penske’s demise in the Verizon IndyCar Series have been greatly exaggerated. Despite four wins in the first eight races of the 2017 season, Team Penske has not lived up to the dominating status of last season when it won 10 of the 16 races....

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