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Lundgaard joins European exodus to IndyCar

Alpine academy member Christian Lundgaard has become the latest driver to leave European racing and join IndyCar.  The American series has attracted more and more European drivers in recent times, with the likes of Felix Rosenqvist, Marcus Ericsson and Romain Grosjean all joining the grid. Lundgaard will be joining them from next season after signing a multi-year deal with Rahal Letterman Lanigan Racing. He made his debut in the series at Indianapolis in August and says it was then that he decided he wanted to race in it permanently. “There’s always different possibilities and different options,' he told reporters. 'It was mentioned earlier to go do some LMP or whatever, but for me...
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