All teams currently use Honda engines.
Full Time IndyCar Series TeamsEdit
Active Part-Time Indycar TeamsEdit
|Team||Number||Primary Sponsor||Driver(s)||Listed Owner(s)||Chassis|
|A. J. Foyt Enterprises||41||ABC Supply Company||TBA||A. J. Foyt||Dallara|
|Bryan Herta Autosport||29||William Rast||Sebastian Saavedra|| Bryan Herta|
|De Ferran Dragon Racing||21||Hewlett-Packard||Davey Hamilton|| Stephen J. Luczo|
Gil de Ferran
|Dreyer & Reinbold Racing||23/25||Petroleo Ipiranga/Lubrizol||Ana Beatriz|| Robbie Buhl|
|KV Racing Technology||15||Geico/Honda Canada||Paul Tracy|| Kevin Kalkhoven|
|Newman/Haas Racing||02||Quick Trim||Graham Rahal||Carl Haas||Dallara|
|Panther Racing||20||Fuzzy's Ultra Premium Vodka||Ed Carpenter|| John Barnes|
|Rahal Letterman Racing||17||Quick Trim||Graham Rahal|| David Letterman|
|Sarah Fisher Racing||66|
| Jay Howard|
| Sarah Fisher|
|Sam Schmidt Motorsports||99||Herbalife||Townsend Bell||Sam Schmidt||Dallara|
Other planned or recently active Indycar teamsEdit
- American Dream Motorsports - Formerly Playa Del Racing, car crashed in practice for the 2008 Indy 500 and team has reportedly since gone bankrupt.
- Cahill Racing - Announced plans to run in 2007 with driver Milka Duno. Abruptly canceled press conference where official announcement was to be made and did not enter a race in 2007.
- Chastain Motorsports - Competed in the 2007 Indy 500 but did not enter the 2008 race.
- Cheever Racing - Long time IndyCar Series team has not raced since Kansas race in 2006. Some equipment was sold to Vision Racing.
- CURB/Agajanian/3G Racing - competed full-time in 2009 and anticipated continuing in 2010, but have not entered any races in 2010. They are reportedly still in-tact and looking for sponsorship to resume operations.
- D. B. Mann Motorsports - Former Indy 500 owner Dave Mann and Bowes Seal Fast owner Fred Azbell, Jr. announced they were looking to form a team for the 2008 IndyCar season. Nothing has been seen or heard from this team since.
- Fernandez Racing - Competed from 2003 to 2006, both drivers and sponsors left after 2006 season. Most IndyCar equipment was sold to Panther, Beck, and Schmidt.
- Hemelgarn Racing - long time IndyCar team last fielded a car for the 2009 Indy 500 but failed to qualify after racing in the 2008 race. Did not enter 2010 Indy 500.
- Forsythe Racing - Announced that they were close to completing a deal to compete full time in the IndyCar Series in 2009. The team has since made no announcements regarding IndyCar Series involvement.
- Kingdom Racing - New team announced by George Del Canto, intended to race in 2008. Announced they had signed Davey Hamilton as their driver for the Indy 500, and ended up sponsoring Hamilton's Vision Racing entry. Kingdom has associated with Hamilton to form an Indy Lights team and field Hamilton in the Indy 500 again in 2009.
- Luyendyk Racing - Competed in 2006 Indy 500, has not entered a car since.
- Pacific Coast Motorsports - Former Champ Car team participated in a partial IndyCar Series season in 2008, merged with Rubicon prior to 2009 race season, but the alliance dissolved before a race was run and it did not field an entry in 2009.
- PDM Racing - Long-time IndyCar Series team last attempted the Indy 500 in 2007 but failed to qualify, filed an entry in 2008 but did not appear, did not file an entry in 2009. They currently field a full-time entry in Indy Lights.
- Roth Racing - Competed in 3 races in 2006, a partial season in 2007, and a full season in 2008 with a partial season for a 2nd car. Filed an entry in 2009 Indy 500 but did not appear. The team's equipment was sold in late 2009 to FAZZT.
- SAMAX Motorsport - Ran a partial season schedule for Milka Duno in 2007 but did not enter a race in 2008. Team returned to sports car racing and has since gone bankrupt after being the victim of a Ponzi scheme orchestrated by driver Henri Zogaib.
- SH Racing - Team founded by T. J. Humphreys and James Sullivan, funded by Redline Xtreme Energy Drink plans to enter the 2011 Indianapolis 500.
- Team Leader Motorsports - Unsuccessfully attempted to qualify for the 2007 Indy 500 and did not enter the 2008 race.
- Vision Racing - Team owned by IRL founder Tony George fielded Ed Carpenter from 2004 to 2009, but the team shut down prior to the 2010 season due to lack of sponsorship as George left all ownership and management roles within the league. Cooperating with Panther Racing for part-time entry for Carpenter in 2010.
- Walker Racing - former Champ Car team indicated that they would race in the IndyCar Series in 2008 and later announced that they would not. They assisted Vision Racing in fielding Paul Tracy's entry in the 2008 Grand Prix of Edmonton. They are currently fielding a full-time entry in Indy Lights.
See also Edit
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