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Tony Stewart wishes he was AJ's godson of course. Chase was with a bad Lights team, did okay. Far better than the aborted comeback of ole Willy T. in Lights. Now that was laughable.
It'll be interesting how AJ will do this
http://racing-reference.info/driver/Chase_Austin (with not impressive results)
I do not count the K&N Pro Series - that is against other development drivers (kids).
He has ONLY raced 14 races PERIOD in 5 years!! I starting to kinda feel sorry for the kid being thrown to the wolves with NO experience.
"I think there's only so many people that can take care of themselves, and can take care of other people. And the rest of the people … they're useful in terms of compost for the whole planet, you know." - Bill Murray
I doubt this was offered to every team. SFHR needs the funding, and to work directly with Honda could have been great for her, not to mention pairing to young Americans!
Good Luck Chase!
Chase is a nice guy and a cool guy to hang out with.
He's definitely a personality, even moreso a diverse one, that the series needs. Good luck, bro.
I am a fan of the IZOD IndyCar Series, Formula 1, and AMA Supercross in that respective order.
is this the earliest Indy 500 announcement ever?
Ribbs was also doing a "one off" that was originally linked to his TV gig. Wally Dallenbach wanted to do the same thing (to get seat time in an updated OW car)
Do you NEED a car this fast...? NO, but do you WANT a car this fast?? YES!!! -Tom Hnatiw
Race CARS Not DOGS!!! Adopt or foster a retired greyhound -Me
If I remember, it wasn't Anthony's car, it was Vitor's.
Willy T felt so bad about his performance in the Lights car, he parked himself. Hadn't been in a car in how many years? Gave up NASCAR,saying it was too racist at the time.
I would bet that Willy is in the background on this, helping Chase as much as he can in IndyCar.
"If there are no dogs in Heaven, when I die I want to go where they go" Mark Twain