Charlie Kimball will compete in five races of the 2019 NTT IndyCar Series with Carlin. The American’s part-time schedule will be highlighted by the Indianapolis 500 in May.
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Andretti Autosport has today confirmed that Conor Daly will join the team for the 2019 Indy 500, driving the #25 U.S. Air Force Honda.
Along with taking part in Formula E’s Season 5 with Mahindra, Pascal Wehrlein could find himself in an IndyCar and Le Mans seat during his 2019 racing campaign.
Endurance Racing team DragonSpeed will make their single-seater racing debut in the 2019 IndyCar Series. The team confirmed today that they will race in five races of the 2019 season, with British driver Ben Hanley behind the wheel.
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Kurt Busch will have the option available to him to make a return to the Indianapolis 500 according to his new team boss Chip Ganassi.
McLaren Racing has confirmed that they will use Chevrolet engines in the 2019 Indianapolis 500. Fernando Alonso will once again drive for the team and will be hoping for better luck than his last effort in 2017 with Honda power.
Having recently hung up his helmet in the Formula One paddock, Fernando Alonso already has his eyes locked on his next race: the 2019 Rolex 24 at Daytona.
Santino Ferrucci will contest the entire 2019 IndyCar Series campaign with Dale Coyne Racing. The American will partner Sebastien Bourdais and will make his oval racing debut at the Indianapolis 500 in May.
Ex-Force India F1 Team boss, Bob Fernley, has been named as the president of McLaren’s 2019 Indianapolis 500 entry. He will report directly to the McLaren CEO Zak Brown, as the team try to get Fernando Alonso to victory circle.
Jordan King will take part in his first Indianapolis 500 in 2019 after signing a one-race deal with Rahal Letterman Lanigan Racing. The event will be the British driver’s first oval race.
McLaren and Fernando Alonso will return for a second shot at the Indianapolis 500 in 2019. The team will return for the first time since 2017 with the aim of earning Alonso the triple crown of motorsports.
Former NASCAR and IndyCar champion Tony Stewart has admitted that he is reconsidering his potential return to the Indy 500 following Robert Wickens’ crash at Pocono earlier this year.
McLaren CEO Zak Brown has announced today that the team will not compete full-time in the 2019 IndyCar Series. The American stated there was still a chance the team could run Alonso in the Indy 500, however.
Six IndyCar Series drivers took to Indianapolis Motor Speedway on Wednesday for a tyre and aero test ahead of the 2019 Indianapolis 500.
Oriol Servia has admitted that he is searching for a new ride for next year’s Indianapolis 500 after it became apparent that he is set to lose his seat with Scuderia Corsa. The team is expected to announce a partnership with Ed Carpenter Racing this week.