The series has not received an application for membership from Kurt Busch.
Speculation has been developing surrounding Kurt Busch's future in response to his indefinite suspension from NASCAR. Should the punishment hold, many believe that the 2004 Sprint Cup champion would look to IndyCar as an option to continue his racing career.
Busch made his IndyCar debut with Andretti Autosport in the 2014 Indianapolis 500, finishing an impressive sixth. The sanctioning body has released a statement regarding the situation earlier today.
During the NASCAR Media Tour in January, Busch said he hadn't talked with Michael Andretti about the prospects of running the Indy 500 again yet, presumably waiting to see how this situation would unfold.
"INDYCAR has not received an application for membership from Kurt Busch, and have no indication that he intends to apply. The series takes domestic violence very seriously, and its rules (including Rule 2.11.3) provide the basis of authority to address personal conduct. INDYCAR is monitoring this situation as it evolves. We will act firmly and strongly in responding to all matters of domestic violence."
"NASCAR suspended Busch on Friday after more details were revealed from a Kent County (Del.) court on a protection order issued for his ex-girlfriend."