IndyCar Car Counts Could Be On Their Way Up Soon, Juncos, Carlin Racing Rumored to Be Moving Towards Potential Deals

INDIANAPOLIS – There’s no secret, outside of the viewership/attendance issues lately, car counts have been among the chief concerns in the Verizon IndyCar Series world. But, with only two engine manufacturers, there hasn’t been much room for anyone to really expand. Sponsorship dollars are down as are car chassis/engine combinations. Most of the teams are also maxed out on resources too. So, how can car counts expand then? Well, the series is heading in the right direction and soon, should have an up tick in car counts. 

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Neil Alberico Returns to Carlin for 2017 Indy Lights Season

American racer Neil Alberico will race with Carlin for a second season in the 2017 Indy Lights Presented by Cooper Tires Championship. Alberico, a Mazda Road to Indy success story, spent his debut season in the Indy Lights Series racing with Carlin having graduated as Pro-Mazda Vice Champion in 2015. Alberico’s experience in the car sets him in good stead as he looks to take on his second season in the competitive championship. Alberico has already enjoyed a solid season with the team as he used his debut year to…

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Zachary Claman DeMelo Joins Carlin for 2017 Indy Lights Season

Canadian racing driver Zachary Claman DeMelo will compete with Carlin in the 2017 Indy Lights Presented by Cooper Tires championship, the team are pleased to confirm today. Claman DeMelo has already enjoyed a solid season racing in the highly competitive series and now joins championship winning team Carlin for his second year. Prior to racing in Indy Lights Claman DeMelo had previously competed in Europe, taking part in Formula Renault 2.0, NEC and ALPS Championships over the course of the 2015 season. Claman DeMelo also has previous experience at Carlin…

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Matheus Leist To Run for Carlin in 2017

Reigning BRDC British F3 champion Matheus Leist will make the switch across the Atlantic and join Carlin’s championship winning Indy Lights team for 2017.  The 18 year-old racer who has marked himself out as one to watch on the European racing scene has enjoyed an impressive career in both Formula 4 and Formula 3. Leist is a well known name in the junior motorsport ranks in Europe, having been a front runner in both the British F4 and BRDC British F3 fields.  Liest’s debut season in the UK came in…

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