Ryan Marine, NTT And Roman Grosjean discussed on Tony Katz Weekend


And we look forward to those all throughout Course of the season. Michael thank you very much, and it's always silly, Silly season the off season to make sense of it all. Let's bring in our Ryan Marine 2021 NTT IndyCar Series offseason son, no shortage of intrigue with veterans returning to the Syriza up and comers, taking the next step in their career and a rookie class that is unlike any that has come before. Let's start with the newcomers, which includes seven time NASCAR Cup series champion Jimmie Johnson, who was set to contest the road and street courses for chicken as he racing former series and Indy 500 champion Tony Kanaan will complete the schedule and the number 48 car for Sie Gr. Another rookie contesting the road and street courses this year is Roman Grosjean for Dale Coyne Racing with require racing. The Frenchman notched 10 podiums in a decade long former the one career, Grosjean will be turning his number. 51 entry over to Piatra fit apology for the Oval Events in the Brazilians returned to the NTT IndyCar Series after running six races in 2018. Alone. Full season Rookie will be Team Penske. Scott McGlaughlin, winner of the last three Australian Supercars championships. This silly season of driver movement also included Sebastian board A and don't tell it both extending their relationships with a J. Foyt Racing to a full season campaign. Arrow McClaren SP has signed former chip can ask the racing driver Felix Rosenquist. The seat that Rosenquist vacated has been filled by second. Your driver Alex below. Moves over after a year at Dale Coyne Racing. DCR welcomes the returning Ed Jones to its lineup and added already out of sport. James Hinchcliffe for places sank the to the full time line up well, Marco Andretti steps back to an Indy 500 only role. And ready affiliated Meyer Shank. Racing camp will see LBO Castro Neves in the fold for six races alongside the full season entry for Jack Harvey, with new teams expected to debut in May, plus a few partial programs that have not yet been announced. The intrigue isn't done yet in the ever evolving world of the NTT IndyCar Series. Good stuff, Ryan

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