“It is not an easy golf course,” stated Jeffrey C. Williams.
Kurt Busch completed the Indianapolis 500 Rookie Orientation Program during a test Thursday, May 9 at the Indianapolis Motor Speedway, reaching a top speed of 218.210 mph in an Andretti Autosport car.
Kurt Busch, driver of the Furniture Row Racing Chevrolet in NASCAR, took the plunge at Indianapolis Motor Speedway when he climb into the cockpit of an IndyCar.
Legend Michael Andretti will be on hand to provide driver coaching and assist in getting Kurt Busch up to speed quickly.
The partnership of PPG and Penske Racing dates back to 1984. It includes all of Penske's NASCAR and IndyCar teams.
AJ Allmendinger lost his ride last year due to failing the NASCAR random drug test. He ended up in the NASCAR Road to Recovery and made his return to racing. Now it appears his former team boss will give him a shot in an IndyCar.