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Aaron Durant

Aaron Durant, at 18 years old, leads The Apex as its editor-in-chief. When not bringing his motorsports journalism vision to life at The Apex, Durant enjoys snowboarding, playing the drums, reading and trudging through an endless queue of podcasts.

Barnhart Ambitious, Realistic With Harding Goals

Harding Racing Team President Brian Barnhart is aware of the depth of competition in IndyCar, the series he oversaw as race director for several years.

Harding Commits to Full Season With Chaves

Gabby Chaves will contest his second full year of IndyCar competition with the series' newest full-time entrant: Harding Racing.

Daytona Garage, Pit Assignments Released

IMSA has released the garage and pit allocations for the Rolex 24 as earned during qualifying at the Roar test.

Taylor Tops Final Roar Session

The reigning Rolex 24-winning No. 10 Cadillac of Wayne Taylor Racing was the fastest car in the final session of the Roar.

Nasr Under Track Record in Roar Qualifying

Felipe Nasr topped qualifying at the Roar by going nearly half a second faster than the official track record, earning the No. 31 Action Express Cadillac the first garage and pit stall for this month's Rolex 24.

Action Express Leads, Cadillac Shines as Roar Begins

The No. 5 Action Express Cadillac was the fastest car in the first official WeatherTech Championship sessions of 2018.

Novak Fills Race Director Role

INDYCAR has chosen recent IMSA race official Kyle Novak to replace the outgoing Brian Barnhart.

Rene Binder Inks Four-Race Deal With Juncos

Austria's Rene Binder has chosen to shift the course of his career by joining Juncos Racing for four IndyCar races this year.

O’Ward Added to Andretti Lineup

After making four starts with Team Pelfrey last year, Pato O'Ward will complete his first full Indy Lights season in 2018.

Carpenter Adds Jordan King for Road, Street Role

Formula 2 competitor and Formula One development driver Jordan King will drive the No. 20 Chevrolet at the road and street courses in 2018.

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