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Topic - Hildebrand
JR Hildebrand and Luca Filippi will drive the No. 98 car for Barracuda Racing to finish the 2013 season.
Panther Racing parted ways with JR Hildebrand on Thursday after his third major mistake since joining the team in 2011.
JR Hildebrand balanced two different cars during the IndyCar test at Sonoma Raceway.
To say JR Hildebrand and Rory McIlroy are two of the biggest losers is totally missing the point.
His first shot at winning the Indianapolis 500 gone with a last-lap miscue for the ages, JR Hildebrand sat at the podium and calmly explained how he threw away the biggest race of his life.
"I want to thank Panther Racing for the opportunity," Hildebrand said. "I'm very much looking forward to the next chapter in my IndyCar career, and wish all my friends at Panther the absolute best."
"It's 50-plus years old and it's hard to find one that's not either a piece of (junk) or completely restored," Hildebrand said. "The guy I bought it from sent me a bunch of pictures and I almost made an offer without seeing it in person."