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Typically running a two-car program in the Road to Indy, Miller Vinatieri Motorsports will head to the Worldwide Technology Raceway this coming weekend with only one. While Jack William Miller and the rest of the Indy Pro 2000 Championship Presented by Cooper Tires will be back in action, Kent Vaccaro and the USF2000 side of the program enjoy another weekend off.

“Looking forward to being back on track, especially an an oval,” explained Jack William Miller. “We had a great test there a few weeks ago and had a ton of speed in basically all conditions. I have always enjoyed ovals and had my first Road to Indy podium on one in 2020, so I am looking to see if I can add to that total this weekend.”

Piloting the #40 Patterson Dental branded PM-18 chassis, Miller will hit the track Thursday for a pair or test sessions prior to Saturday’s wheel-to-wheel action.

Miller continued, “Based on what we saw at our recent test in St. Louis, we are confident heading into the weekend. The goal is to be at the front of the field and see what unfolds in the fifty-five-lap race on Saturday afternoon.”

With two Promoters Test sessions on Thursday, Friday will be the home of the one and only official practice and qualifying. Saturday will see a warmup session just before noon with the green flag flying at 2:45pm CDT for the race.

Stay tuned to the Miller Vinatieri Motorsports social media channels for news, information, photos and results from the event weekend.

Miller Vinatieri Motorsports would like to thank the following: Patterson Dental, Zotec, Secure Data, NDX Lumident, CAO Group Inc, Blue Marble, Picasso Lite and AMD Lasers, Lumist Advanced Teeth Whitening Strips, Indy Dental Group, Shadow Graphix, Edge Rock Realty, BMO Private Bank, Barnes and Thornburg, Express Auto Body, RTD Media & Management, Indiana Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery Associates, Biggs-Hansen Orthodontics, Bell Helmets, NDX Lumident, Indy Eye Physicians, Hamilton County Endodontics, Wolfies Bar and Grill, K1 Racegear, and Tru by Hilton St. Pete.

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