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Topic - Michael Shank
AJ Allmendinger is returning to Indianapolis Motor Speedway _ but in a Grand-AM car for longtime friend Michael Shank.
Justin Wilson had a chance to enjoy a weekend off for the first time in two months.
Michael Shank has sold his IndyCar to Schmidt Peterson Motorsports, officially ending his bid to run a full-time program in the series.
Michael Shank said Monday that he is running out of time to secure an engine for his Indianapolis 500 entry.
"This sport is ready to put on a great show for a huge audience and we are very excited for what is next with the United SportsCar Championship," said Michael Shank, team owner of the 2012 winning team. "There are so many unknowns with the new rules and all the new classes, it is little bit like the first time for us."
"Unfortunately Antonio's group had some sponsorship challenges, so we needed to develop a new plan for this weekend," Shank said. "It is a shame. Antonio is a true talent, and we really appreciated his efforts _ he was quick right from the start for us. We are very lucky to have someone like Justin available on this short notice, and I want to thank (Coyne) for letting him race with us at the Glen."