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Indy Lights runner-up VeeKay gets full 2020 Carpenter IndyCar drive

2019 Indy Lights runner-up Rinus VeeKay has been announced as the driver of Ed Carpenter Racing's #21 entry for the 2020 IndyCar season
Source: Indy Lights runner-up VeeKay gets full 2020 Carpenter IndyCar drive
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F1's Hulkenberg will not join Ed Carpenter Racing in IndyCar

Renault F1 driver Nico Hulkenberg will not be joining Ed Carpenter Racing next year, despite speculation continuing to mount as recently as last weekend's Brazilian Grand Prix
Source: F1's Hulkenberg will not join Ed Carpenter Racing in IndyCar
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Ed Carpenter IndyCar team drops Pigot but denies Hulkenberg deal

Spencer Pigot has been released by IndyCar squad Ed Carpenter Racing after three and a half seasons, amid speculation Nico Hulkenberg could race for the team in 2020
Source: Ed Carpenter IndyCar team drops Pigot but denies Hulkenberg deal
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Triple Eight: DJR Bathurst Supercars fines "a waste of time"

Penalising DJR Team Penske with monetary fines for its Bathurst breaches is "a waste of time" according to Triple Eight boss Roland Dane
Source: Triple Eight: DJR Bathurst Supercars fines "a waste of time"
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V8 Supercars / Crunch talks over new Sydney-based Supercars team loom
« Last post by CanadianRacingOnline on November 11, 2019, 01:56:12 PM »
Crunch talks over new Sydney-based Supercars team loom

Supercars will review the plans for the new Sydney-based team this week, amid ongoing uncertainty as to how the project will be structured
Source: Crunch talks over new Sydney-based Supercars team loom
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Scott McLaughlin insists controversies don't sour Supercars title

Scott McLaughlin insists his Supercars title win has not been tarnished by DJR Team Penske's Bathurst 1000 controversies, but admitted he 'kept a lid' on his championship celebrations
Source: Scott McLaughlin insists controversies don't sour Supercars title
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V8 Supercars / DJR Team Penske punished for Bathurst 1000 engine breach
« Last post by CanadianRacingOnline on November 10, 2019, 10:31:19 AM »
DJR Team Penske punished for Bathurst 1000 engine breach

Supercars champion Scott McLaughlin has been belatedly stripped of his pole from last month's Bathurst 1000 and his DJR Penske team fined $30,000, after his qualifying engine failed technical checks
Source: DJR Team Penske punished for Bathurst 1000 engine breach
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Sandown 500: McLaughlin seals Supercars title, Whincup/Lowndes win

Scott McLaughlin sealed the 2019 Supercars championship, as Jamie Whincup and Craig Lowndes won the Sandown 500 in dramatic circumstances
Source: Sandown 500: McLaughlin seals Supercars title, Whincup/Lowndes win
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Meyer Shank Racing gets full IndyCar season with Andretti deal

Meyer Shank Racing will contest a full IndyCar season in 2020, signing Andretti Autosport as a technical partner as its previous deal came to an end and McLaren replaced it
Source: Meyer Shank Racing gets full IndyCar season with Andretti deal
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Meyer Shank Racing get full IndyCar season with Andretti deal

Meyer Shank Racing will contest a full IndyCar season in 2020, signing Andretti Autosport as a technical partner as its previous deal came to an end and McLaren replaced it
Source: Meyer Shank Racing get full IndyCar season with Andretti deal
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