Hendrick Motorsports Kyle Larson’s Indianapolis 500 deal with Arrow McLaren is a two year contract according to reports in the U.S.

It was announced in January that the 2021 NASCAR Cup Series champion and Hendrick Motorsports had done a deal with Arrow McLaren to enter the 108th running of the Indianapolis 500 presented by Gainbridge.

Jenna Fryer of the AP news agency has now said that her understanding the deal is for two years and covers the 2024 and 25 Indianapolis 500.

The NTT INDYCAR SERIES will conduct a pre-Indianapolis 500 test at the Brickyard in April but it is unclear if Arrow McLaren might utilise the test to allow Larson to complete his ROP.

With Tony Kanaan competing in his last Indianapolis 500 before retiring in May, the likelihood is that Arrow McLaren will opt to put the Brazilian in the fourth car at the test given it has been a number of years since he competed with Chevrolet power.

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