Sowery lands on second Juncos Racing Indy Lights ride – Motorsports

Before Wright went to hibernation in 2020, a 24-year-old Englishman in the UK lost only to Oliver Askew (Andretti Autosport) and Linus Vikay (Junkos), who graduated from IndyCar last year, to the HMD Motorsport team. He showed Pelfree many promised races.

Sowery defeated them in Portland, joining the victory with six other podiums and six more top fives, finishing third in the championship.

He is now eager to join the active Indipro 2000 champion Rob in the Juncos lineup and compete for the title. Juncos won the Lights Championship with Kyle Kaiser in ’17 at Spencer Pigot in 2015.

“Signing a championship team like Juncos Racing is an exciting opportunity for me, and being able to announce it earlier this year will be a great help in preparing for the coming season.” Soiree said.

“I know the team can work together to challenge this season’s title based on my previous experience. I’m confident that the team has won championships in various series. We are very enthusiastic about our partnership and can’t wait to grab the handle again! “

Team owner Ricardo Juncos said: “I’m really looking forward to working with an experienced driver like Toby. I’m watching his progress and we’re growing every year, especially in 2019. Aims to take this progress further and incorporate it this season.

“Toby is a great addition to our team, not only a proven winner in Indy Lights, but also to compete with him and get the most out of 2021 after a difficult 2020. I’m looking forward to that. “

The 2021 season will begin with the NTT IndyCar Series at Barber Motorsports Park from April 9th ​​to 11th.

– Motorsports

Sowery lands on second Juncos Racing Indy Lights ride Sowery lands on second Juncos Racing Indy Lights ride

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