The NTT INDYCAR SERIES growth and expansion continues with the news on Tuesday that Italian motorsport powerhouse Prema Racing will entry the series full-time with two cars powered by Chevrolet in 2025.

The news means that there will be 29 full-time entries in the series next year.

Rene Rosin – Team Principal, PREMA Racing

Today’s announcement marks a pivotal moment in the history of PREMA Racing. Making the step to the NTT INDYCAR SERIES, and competing in the world-famous Indianapolis 500, is a dream coming true for our family and everyone involved in our business. We have tremendous respect for INDYCAR, its unique challenges and sensational history, and we look forward to being part of it.

While competing in INDYCAR will not be easy, we are determined to put in our best effort, learn as quickly as possible and become leading contenders right from the start. The desire to fight for victory is our driving force, and the thoroughness of the challenge will give us even more motivation to succeed.

“This new chapter will also be beneficial for PREMA Racing and its people, producing amazing learning opportunities and know-how transfer. We want to thank INDYCAR for the warm welcome, and Chevrolet for supporting this project. We cannot wait to start operating in our new Indiana shop and get on track as soon as possible.”

Jay Frye – President, INDYCAR said:

“PREMA Racing, with their global reach and extraordinary presence in open-wheel racing, will be a great addition to our growing and highly competitive paddock. We look forward to seeing Rene and PREMA on the NTT INDYCAR SERIES grid in 2025.”

Mark Stielow – Director of Motorsports Competition, General Motors

“Chevrolet is pleased to welcome Rene Rosin and PREMA Racing to our 2025 NTT INDYCAR Series roster. PREMA brings global success to Team Chevy and will be a positive addition to our current race and championship winning teams and drivers. We look forward to working with the team and cooperatively building a race and championship winning organization.”

Prema Racing will be based out of a state of the facility in Indiana.

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