Former Manor Racing Team driver Will Stevens has revealed that he is looking at all of his options including potentially joining the Verizon IndyCar Series for 2016 after losing his Formula One seat.

Stevens had hoped to be retained by the Manor Racing Team however they have opted to field an all new line up for 2016 with two rookies joining the Mercedes powered outfit. Mercedes protege Pascal Wehrlein and Rio Haryanto will drive for the team this season.

A number of drivers have made the switch from Formula One to the Verizon IndyCar Series, so if Stevens does in fact move to the US based Series he would join defending Indianapolis 500 race winner, Team Penske’s Juan Pablo Montoya, AJ Foyt Racing’s Takuma Sato and Chip Ganassi Racing Team’s Max Chilton who all drove in Formula One in recent years.

Former Manor Racing test and reserve driver, American Alexander Rossi is also rumored to be talks with Andretti Autosport to drive the No.98 Bryan Herta car vacated by Gabby Chaves.

 

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