IndyCar's back sometime soon. There's been some testing recently of the new Halo/Aeroscreen Hybrid device to be used in all races next season. Spoiler: Teams and Drivers Spoiler: AJ Foyt Racing - Chevrolet #4 #14 Tony Kanaan Spoiler: Andretti Autosport - Honda #26 Zach Veach #27 Alexander Rossi #28 Ryan Hunter-Reay #88 Colton Herta Andretti Harding Steinbrenner Autosport #98 Marco Andretti Spoiler: Chip Ganassi Racing - Honda #8 Marcus Ericsson #9 Scott Dixon #10 Felix Rosenqvist Spoiler: (The Great) Dale Coyne Racing - Honda #18 Sebastien Bourdais - Dale Coyne Racing with Vasser-Sullivan #19 Spoiler: Ed Carpenter Racing - Chevrolet #20 Ed Carpenter (Ovals) #20 #21 Spoiler: Rahal Letterman Lanigan - Honda #15 Graham Rahal #30 Takuma Sato Spoiler: Arrow Mclaren Racing SP - Chevrolet #5 Oliver Askew [R] #6 Robert Wickens (If Able) #7 Patricio O'Ward Spoiler: Meyer-Shank Racing - Honda #60 Jack Harvey Spoiler: Team Penske - Chevrolet #2 Josef Newgarden #3 Helio Castroneves (Indy Double) #12 Will Power #22 Simon Pagenaud Spoiler: Possibilities Spoiler: Drivers Santino Ferrucci - Expected to stay at Coyne. Rumours of Mclaren approach some months ago. Fernando Alonso - Expected to do another attempt at the Indy 500. Conor Daly - Expect to see him somewhere. Unclear where specifically and may do one off drives over the course of the season. Pippa Mann - Money dependent on returning to the Indy 500. Sage Karam - Had some one off drives with Carlin late in the season and driven for DRR for the last few years. JR Hildebrand - Expected to do Indy with DRR. James Davison - Expected to do Indy with Byrd/Hollinger/Belardi. James Hinchcliffe - Yeah. I know. I don't get it either. Spoiler: Teams Carlin Racing - Had a difficult 2019 but expected to return. No drivers announced yet which is why they're here. DragonSpeed - Visa issues prevented more races but expected to resolve those and return with more races Juncos Racing - Difficult and quiet 2019 but qualified for Indy. Nothing announced but expected to return. Dreyer Reinbold Racing - Expected to be an Indy only team. However, would be a popular return for other races but not expected. Clauson-Marshall Racing - Expected to be Indy Only. Partnered with Foyt last season and probably successful. Byrd/Hollinger/Belardi - Ran Indy only for the last few years with James Davison. Expected to return. Maybe returning with Coyne again? Schedule Key (R) - Road Course (S) - Street Circuit (O) - Oval Race 1 - Firestone Grand Prix of St Petersburg (St Petersburg Street Circuit) (S) - March 15th 2019 Race 2 - Honda Indy Grand Prix of Alabama (Barber Motorsports Park) (R) - April 5th 2019 Race 3 - Toyota Grand Prix of Long Beach (Long Beach Street Circuit) (S) - April 19th 2019 Race 4 - IndyCar Classic (Circuit of the Americas) (R) - April 26th 2019 Race 5 - IndyCar Grand Prix (Indianapolis Road Course) (R) - May 9th 2019 Race 6 - 103rd Running of the Indianapolis 500 (Indianapolis Oval) (O) - May 24th 2019 Race 7 - Chevrolet Detroit Grand Prix Presented by Lear Corporation Race 1 (Belle Isle Park) (S) - May 30th 2019 Race 8 - Chevrolet Detroit Grand Prix Presented by Lear Corporation Race 2 (Belle Isle Park) (S) - May 31st 2019 Race 9 - DXC Technology 600 (Texas Motor Speedway) (O) - June 6th 2019 Race 10 - REV Group Grand Prix (Road America) (R) - June 21st 2019 Race 11 - Richmond Indy Challenge (Richmond Raceway) (O) - June 27th 2019 Race 12 - Honda Indy Toronto (Exhibition Place) (S) - July 12th 2019 Race 13 - Iowa Corn 300 (Iowa Speedway) (O) - July 18th 2019 Race 14 - Honda Indy 200 (Mid Ohio)(R) - August 16th 2019 Race 15 - Bommarito Automotive Group 500 presented by Axalta and Valvoline (Gateway Motorsports Park) (O) - August 22th 2019 Race 16 - Grand Prix of Portland (Portland International Raceway) (R) - September 6th 2019 Race 17 - Monterey Grand Prix (Laguna Seca) (R) - September 20th 2019 2019 Champion: Josef Newgarden - Second Championship 2019 Manufacturer Champion: Honda 2019 Rookie of the Year: Felix Rosenqvist 2019 Indy 500 Winner: Simon Pagenaud 2019 Oval Champion: Simon Pagenaud 2019 Road and Street Champion: Scott Dixon Be sure to check out the IndyCar Website, Twitter, YouTube and Facebook pages for more information. This will be updated throughout and before the season with important information regarding entries, races and fantasy.