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Chip Ganassi Racing is expanding to five cars for next 12 months’s IndyCar season to accommodate 18-year-old development driver Kyffin Simpson.
The expansion for Simpson will give Ganassi three rookies in next 12 months’s Indianapolis 500. Marcus Armstrong already won IndyCar rookie of the 12 months this season, but is adding ovals to his schedule next 12 months and will likely be an Indy 500 rookie. Same for Linus Lundqvist, who ran a street course, a road course and an oval as a substitute driver this season.
Ganassi sat with a gaggle of reporters per week ago at Laguna Seca to discuss his team’s future ahead of Alex Palou and Scott Dixon’s 1-2 finish within the championship standings. He was evasive on Simpson, a Cayman Islands native who’s the son of businessman David Simpson, whose Ridgeline Lubricants company has sponsored many Ganassi cars since mid-2022.
“We just throw darts. We don’t really play much,” Ganassi joked when asked what the longer term might appear like for the Cayman Islands-native. “I don’t know what it’s yet. I would really like to share it with someone, but I don’t know what the hell it’s.”
He does now.
Simpson will likely be the youngest driver on the IndyCar grid next season. The 2024 Ganassi lineup will likely be the primary with five drivers since Michael Andretti ran five cars in 2020.
He got to the IndyCar level through his father’s financial backing, which has allowed Kyffin Simpson to enter a slew of various racing series for helpful seat time. He was a part of the winning LMP2 sports automobile on the Twelve Hours of Sebring earlier this 12 months.
“It’s been incredible working with Chip Ganassi Racing as their development driver over the past couple years, and I’ve been able to learn a lot. I’m very excited to be making the next step to IndyCar with this team,” Simpson said.
Simpson won the 2021 Formula Regional Americas title with seven wins in 18 races. He was a rookie within the Indy NXT series last 12 months and finished ninth in points. He was tenth on this 12 months’s standings with two podiums.
Simpson presently races within the European Le Mans Series, where Algarve Pro Racing is first within the LMP2 standings halfway through the six-race schedule.