How IndyCar is nurturing young talent

How IndyCar is nurturing young talent

With single-seater budgets increasingly hard to come by for drivers with ambitions of Formula 1, a career in the USA may be worth looking at. Tony George Jr established the Road to Indy last year to give racers a clear path from junior motorsport to the top level

Moving up the racing ladder is never easy for young drivers. The recent global economic problems have made it even more difficult to find budgets than it was before, and there are so many junior categories out there that it's difficult to know where your best opportunities to move forward can be found.

But I think that for young drivers, especially those in Europe, the US is a great place to learn their trade and advance their careers. We have a lot of unique things that other forms of motorsports, and especially open-wheelers, don’t have.

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