Carpenter explains ECR's change of approach for "more focused" 2024 IndyCar season

The Dane was hired by Ed Carpenter Racing after impressing in a recent test at Barber Motorsports Park, and will make his IndyCar debut next season with a road and street course deal in addition to contesting the Indianapolis 500 in a third car.Team owner Ed Carpenter will take over Rasmussen's regular #20 machine for the six oval races, while team regular Rinus VeeKay will return for a fifth ...Keep reading

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