2021 INDYCAR TEAMS & DRIVERS
2021
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INDYCAR SILLY SEASON
July 22 - In his only IndyCar race this year, Helio Castroneves won the
Indy 500 for
Meyer Shank Racing.  MSR has plans to run him further
this season.  With
Jack Harvey departing next year, MSR has signed  
Castroneves for a full-time ride in 2022.
July 22 - Rumor is Jack Harvey walked away from a multi-year contract
with
Meyer Shank Racing.  MSR gave Harvey his first full-time IndyCar
season in 2020, where he finished 15th in points.  2021 started well for
him in the first three races, but it's been downhill since.
TEAM
CONFIRMED DRIVERS
AJ Foyt Racing
CAR#
4
14
11
Andretti Autosport
88
27
28
29
98
Colton Herta
Alex Rossi
Romain Grosjean

Marco Andretti  
2022 INDYCAR DRIVERS CONFIRMED
Pato O'Ward
Felix Rosenqvist
5
7
Arrow McLaren SP
59
Carlin
Dale Coyne Racing
18
51
52
Ed Carpenter

Rinus VeeKay
20
20
21
Ed Carpenter Racing
NOTES
Oval Tracks only
Road & Street plus Indy 500
with Vasser Sulivan
8
9
10
48
48
Marcus Ericsson
Scott Dixon
Alex Palou
Jimmie Johnson
Tony Kanaan



Road/Street Courses
Oval Tracks
Chip Ganassi Racing
6
60
Helio Castroneves
Simon Pagenaud
Meyer Shank Racing
2
3
12
Josef Newgarden
Scott McLaughlin
Will Power
Team Penske
Graham Rahal
Christian Lundgaard
Jack Harvey
15
30
45
Rahal Letterman Lanigan
Racing
POSSIBLE 2022 INDYCAR DRIVERS
ANNOUNCEMENTS
Updated: Oct 26, 2021




Indy 500 only
FULL-TIME DRIVERS
Dalton Kellett
Sebastien Bourdais
Conor Daly
Ryan Hunter-Reay
James Hinchcliffe
Takuma Sato
Ed Jones
Max Chilton


PART-TIME DRIVERS
Pietro Fittipaldi
Santino Ferrucci
Oliver Askew
RC Enerson
Ryan Norman
Cody Ware
Kevin Magnussen

VETERANS
Spencer Pigot
2021 TEAM
AJ Foyt Racing
AJ Foyt Racing
Ed Carpenter Racing
Andretti Autosport
Andretti Autosport
Rahal Letterman Lanigan Racing
Chip Ganassi Racing
Carlin


2021 TEAM
Dale Coyne Racing
Rahal Letterman Lanigan Racing
McLaren, Ed Carpenter, RLL
Top Gun Racing
Dale Coyne Racing
Dale Coyne Racing
Arrow McLaren SP
Kyle Kirkwood
Devlin De Francesco
Alex Peroni
Linus Lundqvist
David Malukas
Aug 31 - Romain Grosjean will be moving from Dale Coyne Racing to
Andretti Autosport next season.  He is replacing Ryan Hunter-Reay in
the #28 DHL Honda.  Grosjean plans to compete in all races next year
including ovals.
Aug 8 - RTI team Juncos has partnered with Brad Hollinger to create
a new Chevrolet-powered IndyCar team called Juncos-Hollinger.  They
will compete next season.  They also plan to race in the last 3 IndyCar
races this year.  (Juncos Racing made an attempt at a IndyCar team in
2018.)
Sep 1 - New IndyCar team Juncos Hollinger Racing hired 22-year old
Briton
Callum Ilott to pilot its #77 entry at the last 3 events of 2021.  
Ilott was runner up to
Nick Schumacher in the 2020 F2 championship
and is currently competing in the GT World Challenge Europe Endurance
Cup.
Callum Ilott
77
Juncos Hollinger Racing
INDYCAR VETERANS (Free Agents)
INDY LIGHT DRIVERS
Tatiana Calderón - races in Super
Formula (Japan) and WEC
OTHERS
Sep 24 - Callum Illot signed with Juncos Hollinger for the 2022 season.
Sept 27 - Dropped by Team Penske after 7 seasons, Simon Pagenaud
will be driving for Meyer Shank Racing next year.  He will be joining
Helio Castroneves, who won the Indy 500 this year with MSR.
Oct 11 - Rahal Letterman Lanigan announced that Jack Harvey will
pilot the No. 45 Honda in 2022 and beyond on a multi-year deal, taking
over the team's brand-new third full-time entry backed with primary
sponsorship from midwest supermarket chain Hy-Vee.
Oct. 20 - Rahal Letterman Lanigan Racing announced 20-year-old
Danish F2 driver,
Christian Lundgaard, will join the team in 2022.
He will race their No. 30 Honda.
Oct 19 - Sebastien Bourdais is driving in all 10 IMSA races in 2022.  
He signed with Chip Ganassi Racing who are adding a second
Cadillac DPi team. Seb says he still hopes to drive part-time for
AJ Foyt Racing in IndyCar next year.
Oct 26 - Team Penske has decided to decrease it's IndyCar team
down to 3 cars.  Gone will be the No 22 entry.