Juncos Hollinger Racing has gone from strength to strength in the NTT INDYCAR SERIES since they first made their debut in the sport as a two-team at the 2017 Indianapolis 500.

Argentian Ricardo Juncos brought the team into the series from the then Indy Lights Series (now INDY NXT) which the team is still involved in and in 2019, Kyle Kaiser in the No.32 Chevrolet made a name for himself and the team by bumping Fernando Alonso and McLaren from the field for the 103rd running of the Indianapolis 500.

The team took a break from the NTT INDYCAR SERIES in 2020 but returned to the sport in 2021 in partnership with Brad Hollinger who had been a shareholder in the Williams Racing Formula One team.

The team purchased the assets of the Carlin Racing team in 2022 and in 2023, Agustin Canapino made the move from Argentina to the United States and made his race debut alongside Callum Ilott at the Firestone Grand Prix of St Petersburg. The team made steady progress over the course of the season.

Earlier this week, Juncos Hollinger Racing announced a strategic alliance with fellow NTT INDYCAR SERIES team Arrow McLaren which JHR Team Manager David P.Morgan told Paddock Eye in an interview on Thursday hopes will transition into a technical partnership with the team in the future but this is something that the teams will discuss in the coming weeks and months.

When it comes to who will drive for the team in 2024, Morgan confirmed to Paddock Eye that they will announce their driver plans towards the end of October.

To read our conversation with David P. Morgan, Team Manager of Juncos Hollinger Racing click here.


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