The NTT INDYCAR SERIES is exploring several options when it comes to a potential return to Texas in 2025 according to Penske Entertainment President and CEO Mark Miles.
Speaking to Motorsport.com, Miles said that Texas is an important market for the series as series title sponsor NTT DATA is based in Texas and they are exploring severals options to bring INDYCAR SERIES racing back to the Lone Star state. Miles also said that Texas is a big draw for fans of Pato O’Ward given that Texas shares its border with Mexico.
It has been suggested that AT&T Park could play some role in any future venue in Dallas for the INDYCAR SERIES however, Mark Miles poured cold water on such as notion confirming that he has not spoken to Jerry Jones (owner of the Dallas Cowboys NFL team) since 2012 when Indianapolis hosted the Super Bowl and Miles was chairman of the organizing committee.
The NTT INDYCAR SERIES could in theory return to the Circuit Of The Americas in Austin which hosted INDYCAR in 2019 when Colton Herta became the youngest race winner in series history when he took victory for Harding Racing.
Whatever happens, it is going to be extremely interesting to see what happens for the year ahead in terms of how the 2025 NTT INDYCAR SERIES schedule will look.
For now, we can focus of the fact that the NTT INDYCAR SERIES will return to the Milwaukee Mile this year for what is sure to be a very entertaining double-header race weekend.