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Ericsson pursues IndyCar venture with Chip Ganassi!

Marcus Ericsson will pursue his career in IndyCar next season thanks to Chip Ganassi whose team will enter a third car in the series next season for the Swede. After five years in Formula 1, Ericsson found a new home in the US in 2019, completing his maiden season of IndyCar racing with Arrow Schmidt Peterson Motorsports and achieving a second-place finish in Detroit as his best result. Ericsson will transfer to the Honda-powered Chip Ganassi Racing outfit where he will race alongside five-time IndyCar series champion Scott Dixon and fellow-Swede Felix Rosenqvist. Aeroscreen gets two thumbs up from IndyCar drivers! "First of all, I’m extremely happy and proud to get the opportunity...
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