DragonSpeed returning for six races in 2020
After making three starts during their debut season in 2019, DragonSpeed announced plans to get a six-race schedule in 2020 on Tuesday. Indianapolis 500 Live Online.
In the announcement, the team named St. Petersburg, Long Beach, the 104th Indianapolis 500 (Indianapolis Motor Speedway), Texas Motor Speedway, the Mid-Ohio Sports Car Course and Weather Tech Raceway Laguna Seca as their planned entrances.
At this time, a driver to the entrance has yet to be named.
Ben Hanley and DragonSpeed created their final start of 2019 in the Indianapolis 500
Last year, Team Owner Elton Julian entered the NTT IndyCar Series for three races. Indianapolis 500 Live Online. Although the staff did not run Road America or Mid-Ohio as previously intended, they had the ability to have some solid runs.
In his debut, driver Ben Hanley notched his very best career start and finish. Indy 500 Live updates. After qualifying a sudden 12th at St. Petersburg, Hanely went to finish 18th.
Three months afterward at Barber Motorsports Park, the Manchester, England native started 24th and finished 21st.
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Making their first IndyCar appearance on an oval, Hanley qualified 27th for the Indianapolis 500 on May 26.
Following 54 rebounds, mechanical issues knocked them from the race since they settled for a 32nd place finish.
Additionally, a sponsor will be announced after the new year, each the group’s tweet making the statement.
With several teams rooted in sports auto racing opting to give IndyCar a shot, Indianapolis 500 Live Online, DragonSpeed will look to keep the foundation out of their inaugural effort.