Conor Daly will make his 100th NTT INDYCAR SERIES race start next weekend at the Acura Grand Prix of Long Beach, the second street course event of the season.

Daly had his first INDYCAR SERIES test with AJ Foyt Racing at Sebring in 2012 before making his series debut with the team as a one-off entry with AJ Foyt Racing at the 2013 Indianapolis 500. The Noblesville, Indiana native debuted his street course race at the Grand Prix of Long Beach with Dale Coyne Racing subbing for Rocky Moran Jr.

Daly raced with Coyne at the Indianapolis 500. However, he was forced to retire from the race ahead of the start of the race. Daly replaced the injured James Hinchcliffe.

In 2016, Daly drove full-time for Dale Coyne Racing and scored his first podium finish at the opening Detroit race, finishing in second place.

In 2017, Daly moved to AJ Foyt Racing before returning to Dale Coyne Racing in 2018 for the Indianapolis 500 before joining Andretti Autosport in 2019 for the Indianapolis 500 before joining Carlin, replacing Max Chilton for Texas Motor Speedway and the remaining oval races of the season. Dalt joined Ed Carpenter Racing for their road and street course races while competing for Carlin in the ovals races and finished in sixth place in Texas.

Daly dominated the opening stages of the 2021 Indianapolis 500 with his teammate Rinus VeeKay and is now competing full-time with Ed Carpenter Racing in the No.20 Bitnile Chevrolet.

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