"I think it's possible that I might do some testing," Cheever said. "But it depends on our workload. Our drivers are very, very busy, and there are some technical issues that we're trying to play with that might make it possible that I'd do some testing. "It wouldn't be a newsworthy event, either," he continued. “I might just do some laps. That's all. We still haven't gotten the cars to a point where we're happy with their performance, so there's a lot of work still to be done. All of the management needs to focus on these two cars (for Barron and Patrick Carpentier), not on a third one."
Former Indianapolis 500 winner Eddie Cheever has indicated that he might make a return to action at the Indianapolis Motor Speedway in May, but was quick to dampen rumors about a possible last minute entry in the Indy 500 itself. The 1998 Indy 500 winner and former F1 pilot mentioned a possible return to the cockpit during this week's Indy 500 media tour.