After struggling at the Indy 500 in 2016 with Chevrolet, Scott Dixon believes 2017 could be better after his Ganassi team made the switch to Honda.
Oriol Servia will provide the feedback necessary to make it a competitive Indianapolis 500 in 2017 for the Rahal Letterman Lanigan Racing team, according to Graham Rahal.
Joel Eriksson will remain with Motopark for 2017 and is aiming to make a challenge for the European Formula 3 championship title.
Ahead of his full-time return to IndyCar racing, JR Hildebrand has admitted the pressure is on him to show that Ed Carpenter Racing were right to take him on to replace Josef Newgarden.
Williams Martini Racing senior engineer Rob Smedley talked about the importance of the British F4 at the Autosport International Show.
One of the United States most successful junior formulae teams, Cape Motorsports will enter the 2017 US F4 Championship with a Formula Ford champion.
Antonio Felix da Costa would love to link up with Carlin in the Verizon IndyCar Series, according to his manager Tiago Monteiro.
The future of KV Racing hangs in the balance, and should a potential move for Pastor Maldonado fall through, the team look set to fold.
Briton George Russell has joined the GP3 field for the 2017 season and has been named as part of the Mercedes Junior Driver Programme.
Trevor Carlin admits it is highly unlikely that his Carlin team will make the jump into the Verizon IndyCar Series in 2017 after talks with KVSH Racing stalled.
Pierre Gasly and Niko Kari will remain as part of the Red Bull Junior Team programme in 2017, but Sergio Sette Câmara and Luis Leeds have lost their backing.
Daniel Ticktum will be on the grid with Arden International with backing from the Red Bull Junior Team in the Eurocup Formula Renault 2.0 championship.
Richard Verschoor and Neil Verhagen will compete for MP Motorsport in the Eurocup Formula Renault 2.0 championship in 2017.