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The Yellow Submarine Returns For McLaughlin At The Indy 500

Team Penske’s Scott McLaughlin in the No.3 Chevrolet startd his second full-time season in the NTT IndyCar Series next month with the Firestone Grand Prix of St Petersburg and this week he revealed that he will once again the famous yellow submarine livery for the Indianapolis 500.

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Castroneves Reveals The 2022 Indy 500 Ticket

Four-time and defending Indianapolis 500 champion Helio Castroneves revealed the 2022 Indianapolis 500 ticket, the 105th running of the Indianapolis 500 presented by Gainbridge takes place on Sunday 29th May 2022.

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LOHLA Sport Expand Partnership With Cusick Motorsports And Stefan Wilson

LOHLA Sport announced on Thursday that following on from their successful partnership with Stefan Wilson for the 105th running of the Indianapolis 500 presented by Gainbridge that they have expanded their partnership with the Sheffield-native into the 2022 NTT IndyCar Series season.

Speaking about the news, Lisa O’Hurley, Founder and CEO of LOHLA Sport said:

“Experiencing the Indianapolis 500 in partnership with Cusick Motorsports and Stefan Wilson was the highlight of 2021,” commented Lisa O’Hurley, Founder and CEO of LOHLA SPORT. “As a brand anchored in sport, but not motor racing, our brand flourished with a new found customer base who is passionate and sports-minded. In our own industry, the golf industry, being part of the Indy 500 increased our ‘cool-factor’ exponentially leading to customer excitement, anticipation and interaction.”

Founder and CEO of Cusick Motorsport, Don Cusick commented on the announcement saying:

We couldn’t have asked for a better partner for our first foray in the Indianapolis 500. “We have a vested interest in LOHLA SPORT and are so excited to be able to build upon the partnership in 2022. Lisa O’Hurley has done a tremendous job in building the LOHLA SPORT brand to date, and we are proud to have Cusick Motorsports supporting her mission.

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Stefan Wilson is absolutely delighted with the news tweeting:

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What A Difference A Year Makes!

Sunday, 29 November 2020, started out like any other race day for the Haas F1 Team’s Romain Grosjean as he prepared for the Bahrain Grand Prix. The French-Swiss driver headed into the race knowing that he was leaving the Haas F1 Team at the end of the season and was set to join Dale Coyne Racing in the NTT IndyCar Series for the 2021 season.

Grosjean started the race from 19th place and made a horrible start to the race and heading down from turn 2 he ran wide and hit the barrier where the car was ripped in half. Grosjean was able to escape the blaze but suffered severe burns to his hands but was getting out of the car quickly was pivotal to saving his life.

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Grosjean returned to the track to a heroes welcome shortly after the crash and has been offered a farewell F1 test with the Mercedes AMG PETRONAS F1 Team.

Fast forward to 2021. Grosjean is like a phoenix rising from the ashes as he took part in a partial program in the NTT IndyCar Series in 2021 competing on road and street course events claiming podiums and the GMR Grand Prix of Indianapolis where he claimed his maiden NTT P1 Award and finished the season in 15th place with four top-five finishes.

Grosjean’s remarkable success in his rookie season in the NTT IndyCar Series caught the attention of Michael Andretti and for the 2022 season, Grosjean will compete full-time in the NTT IndyCar Series driving the No.28 DHL Honda vacated by Ryan Hunter Reay.

Grosjean tweeted on Monday, the anniversary of his accident saying:

Grosjean went on to tweet the following:

Romain Grosjean will make his Indianapolis 500 debut with Andretti Autosport in May having successfully completed ROP (Rookie Orientation Programme).