Luis Felipe Derani will have his maiden Verizon IndyCar Series test with Schmidt Peterson Motorsport next month.
After making their mark in the Mazda Road to Indy, Juncos Racing will make their IndyCar debut in 2017 in the Indianapolis 500.
KV Racing co-owners Kevin Kalkhoven and Jimmy Vasser have praised the fans and the team after confirming their absence from IndyCar in 2017.
2016 Indianapolis 500 champion Alexander Rossi was unsure to how he ended up in the SAFER barriers early on during Saturday afternoon’s test session at Phoenix.
Schmidt Peterson Motorsport should be a top five outfit in 2017, and team owner Sam Schmidt believes both James Hinchcliffe and Mikhail Aleshin should win races this season.
Luis Michael Dorrbecker will test with Schmidt Peterson Motorsport at Sebring next month, and has been linked with a possible third seat with the team later on in 2017.
After deciding to stay with Schmidt Peterson Motorsports for 2017, Mikhail Aleshin has not ruled out joining Carlin in the future after talks during the off season about a move.
Sage Karam will make his fourth consecutive appearance in the Indianapolis 500 in 2017 after agreeing to return to Dreyer & Reinbold Racing.
Sebastien Bourdais knows rookie drivers take time to adapt in the Verizon IndyCar Series, and as such is expecting new team-mate Ed Jones to learn off him this year.
Tony Kanaan will run with 7-Eleven sponsorship for four races in 2017, fourteen years after first running the scheme.
Mikhail Aleshin will continue with Schmidt Peterson Motorsport for the 2017 Verizon IndyCar Series season, ending speculation his drive was under threat.