Ryan Hunter-Reay is the most recent member of Chip Ganassi Racing. The 2012 IndyCar champion and 2014 Indy 500 winner was drafted into the staff in March for the 12 Hours of Sebring the place he starred within the staff’s Cadillac Racing DPi effort, and with an open calendar after exiting Andretti Autosport on the finish of 2021, Hunter-Reay has been signed to help with creating the new-for-2023 Cadillac LMDh/GTP prototype, be a part of the staff if wanted as an additional DPi endurance driver, and sub for any of CGR’s NTT IndyCar Collection drivers in case of sickness or damage.
“I’m again right here at Indy working with the Juncos staff and signed on for a bit extra of an expanded position with Ganassi and the LMDh program,” he told RACER. “So I’ll be testing with them and in the event that they want me at any endurance occasions or wherever else, I’m right here for them and I’m optimistic as to what the long run brings.”
Hunter-Reay says the first focus is on IMSA, the place he’s wished to place down roots within the WeatherTech SportsCar Championship.