Alex Lloyd will reunite with Dale Coyne Racing for the oval rounds of the 2011 IndyCar Series championship season. The 26-year-old drove for the outfit last season in his debut season after winning the Indy Lights title, taking the Rookie of the Year honours and finishing an incredible fourth at last year’s Indianapolis 500.
And with the team’s usual driver Sébastien Bourdais only locked in for the road course events, the identity of his oval racing stand-in was not known until this announcement was made.
“I’m pumped to be back with the Dale Coyne Racing team, and running not only at Indy, but at the remaining oval track events in 2011,” Lloyd is quoted as saying. “I think the #19 Boy Scouts of America team has a legitimate chance to win. I’m very excited to have this chance.”
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