IndyCar hopeful gets phone from Venezuela GP Lazarus group
By: Autoweek Staff on March 10, 2014
LAT PHOTOGRAPHIC – Conor Daly is in search of a total-time trip in IndyCar or the GP2 series this 12 months.
Aspiring IndyCar racer Conor Daly, 22, nevertheless does not have a deal signed for the 2014 racing season, but the Indiana native on Monday exposed that he will at least get back behind the wheel of a substantial-powered open-wheel race automobile. Daly on Sunday flew to Abu Dhabi to participate in the GP2 Series’; 3 day official check at Yas Marina Circuit, March 11-13.
Daly, who final season raced for Art in GP3, will drive for the Venezuela GP Lazarus crew. He will companion the team’;s not too long ago signed driver, Nathanaël Berthon.
“It was a bit of a late contact but I am thrilled to be undertaking the test,” Daly stated. “I know the circuit effectively and following a lengthy cold winter in Indianapolis, I cannot wait to get to function.”
Daly on Monday informed Autoweek that he stays hopeful of putting collectively a deal to race complete-time in 2014, be it in IndyCar or GP2, however no contract is in location for him to race for Venezuela GP Lazarus without having proper funding. “We’;ll see,” he stated about his possibilities of signing up for the complete season.
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