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After seeing historic speeds in qualifying, the 107th Indianapolis 500 is sure to be a spectacle. C.J. Radune lays out the strategy and gives us his best bets for Sunday's race.
Past Fantasy Outlooks
No 2022 plans have been announced at this point, but it would seem Ferrucci is poised to race another season of part-time action in both the NASCAR Xfinity Series with Sam Hunt Racing and in the IndyCar Series with RLL Racing.
IndyCar talent, Ferrucci, will take the wheel for a select schedule of as many as 20 events in 2021. He is a very talented driver, but this will be his first season of stock car racing. We expect some steep learning curves along the way. The 22-year-old former F1 test driver will be focused mainly on the intermediate ovals in this upcoming season. The plan is to get him up to speed on stock car racing for an eventual transition into full-time NASCAR competition. Ferrucci will be joined by Garrett in filling out the team's schedule. Garrett had a very light, part-time schedule split between the Xfinity Series and trucks last year. The 20-year-old Virginian is still learning the ropes and gaining development.
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Subbing for Callum Ilott
Ferrucci will replace rookie Callum Ilott as the driver for Juncos Hollinger Racing this weekend at the Chevrolet Detroit Grand Prix presented by Lear after Ilott was not cleared to return to racing due to the hand injury he suffered in the 106th Running of the Indianapolis 500 presented by Gainbridge, IndyCar.com reports.
Top-10 Finish as Sub
On Saturday afternoon, Ferrucci visited Texas Motor Speedway as a spectator, taking in the NTT IndyCar Series action and talking to old friends. Less than 24 hours later, he scored a ninth-place finish in the No. 45 Hy-Vee Honda in the XPEL 375, IndyCar.com reports.