The pair will be teammates Aaron Teritz and Jack Hawksworth confirmed in # 14 car last month, Wasser Sullivan will continue for three years with the GT Daytona class Lexus RC F, but the partnership with AIM Autosport has ceased.
With six Indy Lights wins, Veach arrives at the team in a three-season IndyCar race.
“I’m thrilled to be able to put this program together,” said a 26-year-old woman from Ohio who won the Andretti Autosport IndyCar Team three-time Top 5 finish. “Everyone at Vasser Sullivan has dreamed of working with us. We can’t wait to arrive in Daytona in January and have a great year with our teammate Frankie Montecarb.”
Originally from New Jersey, Montecarbo was one of the most satisfying surprises of the 2020 IMSA season. He won his first victory in Road America with former co-driver Townsend Bell and won two pole positions.
He commented: “The 2020 season was a crazy ride full of ups and downs. As a team, we have won multiple victories, podiums and pole positions.
“Every year we feel better, so we can’t wait to have a great year with Vasser Sullivan for the third consecutive year.”
Team co-owners James Sari Sullivan and Jimmy Vasser issued a joint statement, commenting: I think we can see more from Frankie in the 21st season.
“The timing with Zack is perfect. After a great run in IndyCar, he moves on to the next stage of his sports car career.
“Zack has already demonstrated his commitment to victory by moving to Charlotte to get closer to the team and reducing the time it takes to get used to the sports car.
“We look forward to Frankie and Zack becoming very competitive this season.”
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