Conor Daly has revealed that he wants a full time Verizon IndyCar Series drive in 2017 following a strong 2016 campaign with Dale Coyne Racing.
The Indiana native secured his first podium finish in the series, ending the Chevrolet Dual In Detroit Race 1 in second place behind Sebastian Bourdais who has joined Dale Coyne Racing.
Daly has revealed that he has received an offer from Ed Carpenter Racing about sharing the No.20 Chevrolet with Ed Carpenter, however Daly is not interested in a part time schedule.
Daly also confirmed that his team are in advanced talks with AJ Foyt Racing who gave the American his debut in the Verizon IndyCar Series at the 2013 Indianapolis 500 at the Indianapolis Motor Speedway.
Daly revealed that while he is hopeful that he can secure on of the two AJ Foyt Racing seats for 2017 he understands that finalizing their new engine deal with Chevrolet is their priority at the moment.