IndyCar news ticker January 2023: Coyne and Ware sign Sting Ray Bobb

IndyCar news ticker January 2023: Coyne and Ware sign Sting Ray Bobb
Credits: Penske Entertainment: Chris Owens

Here is all the important IndyCar news from January 2023 in our ticker format – Latest entry: Sting Ray Bobb will drive for Dale Coyne and Rick Ware

January 21, 2023: Coyne and Ware sign Bobb for 2023

After his very successful year in IndyCar NXT (former IndyLights), Sting Ray Robb will drive in the 2023 IndyCar season for Dale Coyne Racing with partnership of Rick Ware Racing in the No. 51 car. Coyne-RWR are looking to take the Rookie of the Year and Indy 500 Rookie of the Year titles with him in his first ever season.

January 16, 2023: JHR signs Agustin Canapino for 2023

Agustin Canapino, one of the most successful Argentinean racers of his generation, is moving up to the IndyCar Series. After 15 national championships, the 32-year-old will take the number 78 car for Juncos Hollinger Racing (JHR) in the 2023 IndyCar Series. In doing so, Canapino will be following significant footsteps – the last Argentinian IndyCar starter to date was Juan Manuel Fangio II twenty-five years ago, nephew of Formula One icon Juan Manuel Fangio.

January 13, 2023: Kyle Larson will take on the Indy 500 2024

Kyle Larson will contest the legendary Indianapolis 500 in the IndyCar Series in 2024 together with McLaren and Hendrick Motorsports. The 2021 NASCAR Champion has always dreamed of competing in the open-wheel race at the Indianapolis Motor Speedway. In the 108th edition of the race, McLaren’s IndyCar team and Rick Hendrick’s NASCAR team will work together to allow Larson to compete. This means he will drive the double consisting of the Indy 500 and the Coke 600 in Charlotte.

André Wiegold, Chris Liemann and Daniel Pflug