The start of the 2023 NTT IndyCar Series season is three weeks away from TODAY with the Firestone Grand Prix of St Petersburg.

Ahead of the start of the season there is an awful lot that we know about what is come in relation to the month of May.

We have 32 drivers in the field for ‘The Greatest Spectacle In Racing’ with Rahal Letterman Lanigan Racing confirming this week that Katherine Legge will return to the Indianapolis 500 for the first time in ten years in a fourth Rahal car.

Legge, who will attempt to qualify her No.44 Hendrickson Honda tweeted:

So, let’s have a look at the field for the 2023 NTT IndyCar Series season.

There are 27 full-time cars on the grid this season, the most in recent IndyCar history. Of the cars, four of the drivers are rookies.

Benjamin Pedersen will compete in the No.55 Sexton Properties AJ Foyt Racing Chevrolet.

Chip Ganassi Racing have Marcus Armstrong in the No.11 Ridgeline Honda.

Dale Coyne Racing with RWR are running Sting Ray Robb while Juncos Hollinger Racing has Agustin Canapino racing alongside Callum Ilott.

It is going to be very interesting to see which one of the rookies comes out on top in the Rookie Of The Year honors.

It is also going to be intriguing to see what the dynamic will be like at Chip Ganassi Racing with the fact that we know that Alex Palou is leaving the team at the end of the season.

How will Arrow McLaren get on having expanded to three full-time cars with the addition of Alexander Rossi from Andretti Autosport over the off-season.

How will Kyle Kirkwood get on now that he has joined Andretti Autosport as Alexander Rossi’s replacement.

Team Penske’s Will Power goes into the new season as the defending NTT IndyCar Series champion so he will be hoping he is in a position to challenge for back to back titles.

Ed Carpenter Racing has an unchanged lineup in 2023 with both Conor Daly and Rinus VeeKay back with the team.

It is going to be an extremely interesting 2023 season which gets underway from March 3-5.

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