Zach Veach
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Zach Veach

1994-12-09 (age 26)


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Veach, Montecalvo earn Vasser Sullivan Lexus rides

Recent IndyCar fulltimer Zach Veach and IMSA regular Frankie Montecalvo will campaign Vasser Sullivan Racing’s #12 Lexus RC F in the full 2021 IMSA WeatherTech SportsCar Championship.

Stat attack – the final IndyCar driver standings for 2020

Scott Dixon won his sixth IndyCar championship ahead of Josef Newgarden who matched him on win count but fell short on points. Here’s how the final standings played out.

Veach quits Andretti Autosport with immediate effect

Zach Veach has relinquished his seat in the #26 Andretti Autosport-Honda with immediate effect, on learning he will not be returning to the team in 2021. 

Andretti Autosport ready for new look, same challenge at Texas

Rob Edwards, Andretti Autosport CEO, says the team is excited to be getting back to work as new guidelines tweak the format of the first NTT IndyCar Series round of 2020.

IndyCar 2020 hot topics: Is this Andretti Autosport’s year?

Continuing our analysis of the 2020 NTT IndyCar Series season's big preseason questions, we reach the nearly-guys of the last two years at Andretti Autosport. Alexander Rossi, Ryan Hunter-Reay and Colton Herta are all championship caliber, so team COO Rob Edwards explains what it will take for Michael Andretti's team to defeat Penske and Ganassi.

Andretti, Veach struggles are down to tires, says engineer

Andretti Autosport IndyCar race engineer Garett Mothersead says that the disappointing form of Marco Andretti and Zach Veach this year is a result of a struggle to feel what the rear of their cars are doing on the current Firestone road course compounds.

Veach “100 percent confident” he’s ready to win oval IndyCar race

Andretti Autosport-Honda's IndyCar sophomore Zach Veach believes he’s ready to win an oval race in the NTT IndyCar Series but says he has more pace to find on road and street courses in qualifying.

IndyCar’s big questions of 2019

As the NTT IndyCar Series gathers at WeatherTech Raceway Laguna Seca for the first large group test of 2019, David Malsher looks at some of the main topics to watch in the season ahead.

Zach Veach: The IndyCar rookie who’s playing it smart

The tidal wave of praise that has swept through the IndyCar paddock for rookie Robert Wickens has been well deserved, but has also unfairly drowned the efforts of Zach Veach, who lies second to him in the RoY standings.

Andretti: “We can win from seventh, especially if it’s wet”

After qualifying seventh for this weekend’s Honda Indy Grand Prix of Alabama, Marco Andretti said he believes he’ll be a contender for victory – especially if the forecast rain arrives.

Veach: Fourth at Long Beach a “relief”, but improvement needed

Andretti Autosport’s rookie, Zach Veach, says his career best IndyCar result of fourth at Long Beach was a strong result but says he needs to give himself less work by qualifying better.

IndyCar 2018 – a team-by-team guide

Who can we expect to see challenging Team Penske for the 2018 Verizon IndyCar Series championship, and what are the achievable targets for all the teams in a season of technical upheaval? David Malsher is your guide.

IndyCar stars set for St. Pete’s Kart4Kids race and charity auction

Ten IndyCar drivers will be part of the lineup for this year’s Kart4Kids event on Wednesday which will raise money for the Johns Hopkins All Children’s Hospital in St. Petersburg, Fla.

IndyCar rookies have never had it tougher, says Veach’s engineer

Garrett Mothersead, race engineer for Indy 500 winner Takuma Sato last year, says his new driver Zach Veach is a quick learner but that current IndyCar testing rules will always favor “middle-aged” drivers.

Veach: The new IndyCar suits my driving style

After his first day of testing for the Andretti Autosport-Honda team, IndyCar rookie Zach Veach says the 2018 car suits his style and has also given him no physical problems around Sebring’s short course.

Veach says 2018 is a good time for rookie IndyCar season

Zach Veach, who has signed a multi-year agreement to race an Andretti Autosport-Honda from next season, believes 2018 is the perfect time for rookies as all drivers will have to adapt to the aerokit.

Zach Veach signs with Andretti Autosport through 2020

Zach Veach will race for Andretti Autosport’s IndyCar team next season, after signing a three-year deal with Michael Andretti’s multiple title-winning and Indy 500-winning squad.

Brown named as AJ Foyt Racing’s engineer for Veach

Veteran race engineer Andy Brown, who last year ran Matt Brabham on his IndyCar debut in May, has been confirmed as rookie Zach Veach’s race engineer for the 101st Running of the Indianapolis 500.

Indy 500 entry list completed with 33 cars

Assuming Buddy Lazier will soon confirm his Lazier Partners Racing entry, the 33 cars and drivers set to race in the 101st Indianapolis 500 have now fallen into place.

Veach to sub for injured Hildebrand at Barber

Zach Veach is to make his IndyCar race debut in the #21 Ed Carpenter Racing-Chevrolet this weekend, as JR Hildebrand rests his broken hand.

Veach to make Indy 500 debut with Foyt

Long-time Indy Lights frontrunner Zach Veach is set to get his first Verizon IndyCar Series start this year, as he joins AJ Foyt Racing for the Indianapolis 500.’s Top 10 Mazda Road To Indy drivers of 2016

Indy Lights, Pro Mazda and USF2000 all created some great racing this year. But now it’s time to separate those who produced occasional eye-catching performances from those who operated at that level all season.

Veach is “absolutely ready for IndyCar,” says Lights team manager

Belardi Auto Racing team manager John Brunner says that Zach Veach, who finished fourth in the Indy Lights championship, would be an asset to the Verizon IndyCar Series in 2017.

Veach wins again, but Jones is champion

Zach Veach took his third Indy Lights win of the season at Laguna Seca, but Carlin Racing's Ed Jones took fourth place – enough to beat Schmidt Peterson Motorsport's Santiago Urrutia to the championship by two points.

Kaiser wins easily, Jones takes points lead

Kyle Kaiser scored his first Indy Lights win since Phoenix in May, as the penultimate race in the Indy Lights championship saw Carlin Racing’s Ed Jones wrest the lead of the championship from Santiago Urrutia.

Veach scores masterful win at Watkins Glen

Zach Veach scored a brilliant second victory of the season, taking the lead after a brilliant start and then proving faster and also kinder on tires than any of his rivals, as the championship contenders faltered.

Serralles takes second win of the year at Iowa

Carlin Racing’s Felix Serralles bided his time and cared for his tires in the first third of the Indy Lights Iowa Challenge to charge through to victory at Iowa Speedway.

Urrutia wins wet/dry race after more drama

Santiago Urrutia led a Schmidt Peterson Motorsports 1-2 after the pair nursed their wet tires at a rapidly drying Road America track, while the Carlin teammates collided and Dean Stoneman lost a lap to a puncture.

Veach wins, Stoneman and Urrutia penalized

Zach Veach left all the dramas behind him, racing his Belardi Auto Racing machine to Indy Lights victory at Road America, but bad-tempered racing behind him affected the top three in the championship.

Veach edges Indy Lights pole for Belardi

Zach Veach left it until his 11th of 12 laps to nail his fastest time and land pole at Road America, beating championship contender Santiago Urrutia by 0.0139sec.

Belardi dominates Indy Lights testing at IMS

Zach Veach and Felix Rosenqvist topped the combined times and both test sessions in preparation for Friday’s Freedom 100 race at Indianapolis.

Jones leads Serralles to Carlin 1-2 at Barber

Ed Jones started the first Indy Lights race from pole and led throughout, but surely never expected his prime rival to be his own teammate, given that Felix Serralles started on the sixth row of the grid.

Kaiser dominates Indy Lights in Phoenix

From pole position, Juncos Racing's Kyle Kaiser was never troubled on the way to his first win of the season, and the lead of the championship.

Rosenqvist controls Race 2 to claim debut weekend win

Belardi Auto Racing's Indy Lights rookie Felix Rosenqvist was victorious in his second race in the category in St. Petersburg.

Serralles inherits St. Pete win after disaster strikes Veach

Carlin’s Felix Serralles took his second career Indy Lights win in the 2016 season opener at St. Pete, benefiting from series returnee Zach Veach’s bid for victory ending in bitter disappointment.

Kaiser takes maiden Lights pole at St. Pete

American racer Kyle Kaiser took pole position for the season-opening Indy Lights race at St. Pete, denying practice pacesetter Felix Rosenqvist.

Indy Lights heads to Homestead-Miami Speedway

Two-day outing on deck for top tier of the Mazda Road to Indy

Felix Rosenqvist to test Indy Lights car again

European Formula 3 champion Felix Rosenqvist will test an Indy Lights car for Belardi Auto Racing at Miami-Homestead.

Michael Andretti talks NOLA, 2015

Andretti Sports Marketing will be promoting the NOLA round, but what else does Michael Andretti have in store for 2015?

Zach Veach shows interest in Formula E

Zach Veach said being a part of a race team who is venturing into Formula E could be positive for his future.

Harvey sweeps Indy Lights as Chaves celebrates championship in California

Belardi Auto Racing takes the crown in tight battle that ends in a tie.

Indy Lights championship battle tightens at Sonoma

Who will emerge as this year's champion? Chaves or Veach?

Indy Lights Friday Sonoma recap

The following is a recap of Friday's activities.

Indy Lights Sonoma preview

Who will be crowned champion? Chaves, Veach, or Harvey?

Looking forward: Indy Lights 2015

What will the 2015 Indy Lights grid look like?

Veach takes Indy Lights win at Milwaukee

Veach and Brabham give Andretti Autosport a one-two finish.

Indy Lights Milwaukee preview

The Indy Lights drivers return to oval racing this weekend.

Brit Jack Harvey sweeps Indy Lights at Mid-Ohio

Wins both races, both poles, sets fastest lap in each race.

Jack Harvey dominates for first Indy Lights victory

Polesitter never seriously challenged in Mid-Ohio win.

Rookie Alex Baron takes first Indy Lights pole

19-year-old French driver fastest in practice and qualifying.

Gabby Chaves victorious in Indy Lights race at Pocono

Gabby Chaves secured the Indy Lights win at Pocono Saturday.

Sweet redemption for Gabby Chaves

Indy win erases disappointment of last year's near-miss finish

Razia to lead field to green flag in Freedom 100 at Indianapolis

After winning on the road course, Luiz Razia hopes to conquer the oval after earning pole position for Freedom 100 at Indianapolis.

Brazilian Razia secures maiden victory under pressure at Indianapolis

Luiz Razia drove an exemplary race under constant pressure in today's Grand Prix of Indianapolis to score his first victory in Indy Lights Presented by Cooper Tires.

Zack Meyer battles to fourth place in Indy Lights Grand Prix of Indianapolis Sprint Race

Meyer posted a career-best finish for the second race in a row, bettering the eighth place finish he earned in the feature race at Barber Motorsports Park.

Brabham claims emphatic Indy Lights victory at Indianapolis

Matthew Brabham won the first Indy Lights race of the weekend at IMS.

Chaves, Baron score Belardi 1-2

Belardi Auto Racing saw great success at Barber in race 2.