Zach Veach to drive IndyCar fulltime for Andretti in 2018September 13, 2017 5:24pm

INDIANAPOLIS (AP) — Zach Veach will drive fulltime for Andretti Autosport next season as part of an all-American lineup for the team.

Veach will drive the No. 26 Honda as the fourth entry for Andretti. Takuma Sato won the Indianapolis 500 in that car this season.

Veach will join Ryan Hunter-Reay, Alexander Rossi and Marco Andretti on the team.

Veach has raced in every step of the Mazda Road to Indy ladder with Andretti Autosport. He finished a career-best third in the Indy Lights championship race in 2014.

He made his IndyCar Series debut this year at Barber Motorsport Park and his Indy 500 debut in May.


More AP auto racing:

Page 1 of 1

More Stories Like This

Tale of the tape shows Hendrick Motorsports slumping in '17Hendrick Motorsports hasn't been much of a player this season, winning just four races in a season of major transition behind the scenes and in the car
Joey Logano sits in his car during an afternoon practice for the NASCAR Cup Series 300 auto race at New Hampshire Motor Speedway in Loudon, N.H., Saturday, Sept. 23, 2017. Logano was penalized by officials for inspections violations and forced to sit parked on pit row for the entire practice. (AP Photo/Charles Krupa)
Logano forced to watch practice as part of NASCAR punishment
Bell class of the field in Truck Series win at New HampshireChristopher Bell pulled away down the stretch to win the NASCAR Truck Series race Saturday at New Hampshire Motor Speedway
Kyle Busch smiles after qualifying for the NASCAR Cup Series 300 auto race at New Hampshire Motor Speedway in Loudon, N.H., Friday, Sept. 22, 2017. Busch won pole position for Sunday's race. (AP Photo/Charles Krupa)
Kyle Busch takes pole at New Hampshire in 2nd NASCAR playoff
O'Korn, defense help No. 8 Michigan rally past Purdue, 28-10Chris Evans ran for two touchdowns in the second half Saturday and backup quarterback John O'Korn rallied No. 8 Michigan for a 28-10 victory at Purdue
Reddick gets first career win in Xfinity playoff openerTyler Reddick crashed the opener of the NASCAR Xfinity Series playoffs at Kentucky Speedway by running away with his first career victory
This component is currently unavailable.

Related Searches

Related Searches