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DragonSpeed to leave WEC LMP1 to focus on IndyCar in 2020 season
DragonSpeed will leave the World Endurance Championship's LMP1 class at the end of the 2018/19 superseason to focus on IndyCar in 2020, says team boss Elton Julian
BY GARY WATKINS
BY GARY WATKINS
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  2019 WEC CALENDAR
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1 1 Sep Silverstone 
2 6 Oct Fuji 
3 10 Nov Shanghai 
4 14 Dec Bahrain 
5 1 Feb 2020 Sao Paulo 
6 Mar 2020 Sebring 
7 2 May 2020 Spa-Francorchamps 
8 13 Jun 2020 Le Mans 24h