Carpenter wants to continue with VeeKay: ‘I hope he leads our team to the championship’

Carpenter wil door met VeeKay: "Hoop dat hij ons team naar kampioenschap kan leiden"

Rinus Vichai is doing well in the United States. The IndyCar driver is driving his races at Ed Carpenter Racing and the big boss himself is very satisfied with his Dutch driver. So Ed Carpenter would like to continue with the guy from Hoofddorp in the future and expresses that.

VeeKay, a one-time winner of the American Racing Series, is making a growing name for itself in the United States. Carpenter, the man who himself has won three races, talks about his working relationship with the Dutchman. “There are definitely elements of teacher and student in the collaboration. I definitely feel like we have a strong relationship. I do my best to pass on as much of the knowledge and experience I have gained during my 19 years at IndyCar, in order to shorten the learning curve and help him maximize his potential in the fastest possible time,” Carpenter said. Motorsport.com

extending his contract?

However, after the current season, VeeKay’s contract with the team will expire and there is no clarity on his future. “It’s hard to put a percentage on that, but I’m very optimistic. My wish is for Rinus to lead our team for the long haul. I think we can provide him with everything he needs to achieve his goals. There is still a long way to go in the process, and our goal is to do everything we can to keep him.” And we make it clear with the remaining races this season that this is his best spot,” Carpenter said.

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Championships

continued. “Fighting for championships, sure. My goal is to make him the heart of the team, our driver of excellence as you see Scott Dixon and other drivers who have been driving for the same team for a long time. I hope he is our team in the future and that together we can win many championships and the Indy 500s,” He finally expressed his ambitions.

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