St. Pete Entry List

visionThe entry list for this weekend’s race has been posted on with 21 participants.



A.J. Foyt Enterprises

Vitor Meira

Andretti Green Racing

Danica Patrick

Andretti Green Racing

Hideki Mutoh

Andretti Green Racing

Marco Andretti

Andretti Green Racing

Tony Kanaan

Conquest Racing

TBA – Most likely Alex Taglianni

CURB/Agajanian/Team 3G

Stanton Barrett (R)

Dale Coyne Racing

Justin Wilson

Dreyer & Reinbold Racing

Mike Conway (R)

HVM Racing

E.J. Viso

KV Racing Technology

Mario Moraes

Luczo Dragon Racing

Raphael Matos (R)

Newman/Haas/Lanigan Racing

Graham Rahal

Newman/Haas/Lanigan Racing

Robert Doornbos (R)

Panther Racing

Dan Wheldon

Target Chip Ganassi Racing

Dario Franchitti

Target Chip Ganassi Racing

Scott Dixon

Team Penske

Ryan Briscoe

Team Penske

Will Power

Vision Racing

Ed Carpenter

Vision Racing

Ryan Hunter-Reay

Two of the slots were listed as TBA on initial release of the list.  However, Vision Racing threw up the the above teaser image today.  Shortly afterward they officially announced the “TBA” would be Ryan Hunter-Reay with a full season effort.  And while this is no big surprise as this has been leaked all over the IndyCar media the last few days, it is interesting to note that the side of the car does not have a primary sponsor as of yet. Once again, Tony George has had to step in and subsidize, which is something that he has been trying to get away from… well that is if you disregard the free engines and tubs that were provided to the CCWS transition teems last season.

As for Conquest racing, scuttlebutt places Alex Taglianni in the car.  Tags has been working an angle with some business people in Edmonton and was hoping to announce something for Long Beach onward.  We will wait to see what ends up on his sidepods.  Remember that Jaime Camarra ran for Conquest in preseason testing, so I would still look for Jaime to show up with the team later in the season. At least at Indy.

As for possible further additions, Dreyer and Reinbold has preparred a second car for St. Petersburg and rumors place Tomas Scheckter or Milka Duno in that seat for the weekend. Further rumors say that Milka may not have any sponsorship money at all, so this ride is likely going to Tomas, which can only be a good thing for the series to rid themselves of both Milka and Marty Roth in the same offseason.

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