2022 INDYCAR TEAMS & DRIVERS
2022
Teams
Drivers
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INDYCAR SILLY SEASON
TEAM
CONFIRMED DRIVERS
AJ Foyt Racing
CAR#
14
4
11?
Santino Ferrucci
Benjamin Pedersen
Andretti Autosport
88
27
28
29
Colton Herta
Kyle Kirkwood
Romain Grosjean
Devlin DeFracesco
2023 INDYCAR DRIVERS CONFIRMED
Pato O'Ward
Alex Rossi
Felix Rosenqvist
5

7
Arrow McLaren SP
Dale Coyne Racing
51
18
Ed Carpenter
Conor Daly
Rinus VeeKay
33
20
21
Ed Carpenter Racing
NOTES
Ovals only
under multi-year contract
new multi-year contract
New hire
New hire, multi-year deal
car needs a sponsor
5/2022 multi-year extension
New hire
holds option for 2023
under multi-year contract
8
9
10
48
Marcus Ericsson
Scott Dixon
Álex Palou Montalbo
Chip Ganassi Racing
06
60
Helio Castroneves
Simon Pagenaud
Signed Aug 20, 2022
under contract
Meyer Shank Racing
2
3
12
Josef Newgarden
Scott McLaughlin
Will Power

9/6 - Signed multi-year deal
Team Penske

08/17 - long-term agreement
Contracted through 2023
Graham Rahal
Christian Lundgaard
Jack Harvey
15
45

30
Rahal Letterman Lanigan
Racing
Takuma Sato
David Malukas
OTHER DRIVERS WHO HAVE A SHOT AT A 2023 INDYCAR RIDE
ANNOUNCEMENTS
Updated: Nov 23, 2022
Contracted thru 2027
New hire
Oliver Askew
Linus Lundqvist, the 2022 Indy Lights champion.
Danial Frost tested his first IndyCar Oct 14, 2022 with Dale Coyne at Sebring.
Sting Ray Robb, runner-up in 2022 Indy Lights
Callum Ilott
77
78
Juncos Hollinger Racing
July 28 - contract renewed
adding new car for 2023
Previous INDYCAR DRIVERS
INDY LIGHT DRIVERS
OTHERS
June 1 - Reigning Indy Lights Champion, Kyle Kirkwood, 23, is
spending his first IndyCar season driving for A.J. Foyt Racing.  He is
moving to
Andretti Autosport for the 2023 season.  He is replacing
Alex Rossi in the No. 27 AutoNation Honda.
June 2 - 2016 Indy 500 Winner, Alex Rossi, 31, is moving to the
Arrow McLaren SP team for the 2023 Season.  He has driven for
Andretti Autosport in IndyCar since 2016.
June 28 - McLaren Racing reports they are starting a Formula E
team and also expanding their IndyCar program to three cars.  
Felix
Rosenqvist
has been retained by the team for 2023 and beyond in
either IndyCar or FE.  Rosenqvist competed in FE from 2016-2019.
July 11 - AJ Foyt Racing's sponsor ROKiT hasn't been paying and
Foyt is parking the No.11, driven by Columbian rookie
Tatiana
Calderon
and JR Hildebrand (oval tracks.)  Luckily, for teammate
Kyle Kirkwood, who had ROKiT sponsorhip, he secured sponsor-
ship from Sexton Properties coming into Mid-Ohio.
July 12 - McLaren Racing tweeted that they are adding reigning
champion
Alex Palou, 25, to their driver roster from 2023. CGR issued
a press release saying Palou was staying with them. Palou tweeted he
looks forward to a future with
McLaren F1 and that he no longer wants
to continue with CGR after this year.

July 18 update - CGR filed suit against Palou leading into the Gallagher
Grand Prix.  This is a strange situation.
- Raced for McLaren SP in 2020.  Raced in Formula E in 2022.
Sept 7 - Juncos Hollinger Racing announced they are adding a 2nd
full-time car to their IndyCar team next season.  They will test a few
drivers in the coming months to drive the No. 78 Chevy.
Sept 14 - The resolution of the Palou situation meant that Arrows
McLaren SP
will retain 30-year-old Felix Rosenqvist for their
IndyCar program next year, instead of shuffling the Swede off to
Formula E.
Sept 14 - The question of which team Alex Palou would drive for next
year was resolved through mediation.  He will remain with
Chip Ganassi
Racing
for another year.
Sept 26 - A seat at Chip Ganassi Racing opens up as 47-year-old
Jimmie Johnson decides to step down after his two years in IndyCar.
(Johnson previously won the Nascar Cup Series championship seven
times.)
Current INDYCAR DRIVERS
Dalton Kellett
Tatiana Calderón
JR Hildebrand
AJ Foyt Racing
AJ Foyt Racing
AJ Foyt Racing
Sept 28 - A.J. Foyt Racing has hired 23 y/o Benjamin Pedersen
to replace Kyle Kirkwood next season.  Pedersen finished 4th and
5th the past two seasons in Indy Lights.
Oct 6 - 24-year-old Santino Ferrucci returns full-time to IndyCar for
2023.  He will be racing for
A.J. Foyt Racing.  After driving full-time
for Dayle Coyne Racing 2019 & 2020, where he finished 13th in points
both years, he ran 5 races in 2021 for RLR.  He subbed for drivers in
3 IndyCar races this year.
Oct 13, 2022 - The following new candidates tested at Sebring Int'l Raceway in an IndyCar:
test with Andretti.
test with Andretti
test with Juncos Hollinger.
test with RLL
test with Dale Coyne w/HMD
IMSA DPi
Formula E
touring cars
F2
F2
Tom Blomqvist
Jake Dennis
Agustin Canapino
Jüri Vips
Marcus Armstrong
Nicholas Latifi (F1) rumored to have interest in IndyCar ride. (10/19/22)