Foyt Not Bringing Conor Daly A Very Bad Move

INDIANAPOLIS – Multiple reports started circulating that Conor Daly wouldn’t be returning to AJ Foyt Racing in 2018. Daly, has since confirmed that move on Wednesday. That means for the second straight year, Foyt will have two new drivers in their cars. To me, that’s a huge mistake. First off, Daly and Carlos Munoz proved that maybe it wasn’t all Takuma Sato and Jack Hawksworth’s fault with Foyt. It appeared that the lack of success was likely more car and engineer driven than on the driver. In 2015 and 2016, Sato…

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Main Takeaways From Sunday’s INDYCAR Season Finale at Sonoma

Sonoma, Calif – It’s hard to believe, but the checkered flag has now flown on the 17th and final Verizon IndyCar Series race of the season. Simon Pagenaud used great strategy to win Sunday’s Go Pro Grand Prix at Sonoma, but it wasn’t enough to win the 2017 championship. That distinction went to his Team Penske teammate of Josef Newgarden. With that being said, here are the main takeaways from Sunday’s race.

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AJ Foyt Racing Duo Hoping To End 2017 With Another Strong Showing at Sonoma

The status of both AJ Foyt Racing drivers beyond this weekend are relatively unknown. We know that both Conor Daly and Carlos Munoz would love to remain with the team or at least in the Verizon IndyCar Series for the 2018 season. Unfortunately, neither driver has a contract past this weekend and both would love to have a solid result in their final audition for a seat next year. What helps their cars is that since AJ Foyt Racing tested at Mid-Ohio in mid-July, things have turned drastically around for…

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AJ Foyt Racing Continues To Shine With Solid Results at Watkins Glen

Watkins Glen, NY – Since AJ Foyt Racing tested at Mid-Ohio in mid-July, things have turned drastically around for their two drivers. Prior to the Honda Indy 200 at Mid-Ohio, Conor Daly and Carlos Munoz had four total top 10 finishes between them. Since? They’ve had five in four races. 

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Top 5 Sleepers For Sunday’s INDYCAR Grand Prix at the Glen (1 p.m. ET/NBCSN/INDYCAR Radio Network)

Watkins Glen, NY – The Verizon IndyCar Series race at the Watkins Glen International road course on Sunday is going to be an intense one. After all, it’s the penultimate race of the season. With the championship shaping up to be a Penske vs. Ganassi show, this weekend’s INDYCAR Grand Prix at the Glen (1 p.m. ET/NBCSN/INDYCAR Radio Network) will likely be one too. But, there are some sleeper drivers that figure to wreck those plans. Who are they? How about these five?

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Conor Daly Driver to Watch This Weekend at Watkins Glen

This has been one of the most frustrating seasons that Conor Daly has ever encountered in his racing career. After finally getting his full-time shot in the Verizon IndyCar Series last year, he dazzled with five top 10 finishes, all of which in the top six with one of them resulting in a second place run in the first dual at Belle Isle. He led laps in four of those events too, totaling 56 laps led overall. On top of that, he got a rare opportunity to fill in for…

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Daly “Left It All Out There” In 5th Place Finish at Gateway

Madison, Ill – This was supposed to be AJ Foyt Racing’s time to shine. After two stellar test sessions at Gateway, plus some new found speed following a July Mid-Ohio test, this was their weekend to show us what they’ve got. When the dust settled in Saturday night’s Bommarito Automotive Group 500, I’d say they definitely did everything they were supposed to do. Carlos Munoz started eighth and brought his No. 14 Chevrolet home ninth. It was his second straight top 10 finish on the season as he also finished 10th…

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