Canadian INDYCAR driver James Hinchcliffe left looking for a ride for 2020

James Hinchcliffe — Photo by: Chris Owens

INDYCAR Statement:


By INDYCAR | Published: Oct 31, 2019

James Hinchcliffe vowed Thursday in a social media post to come back to the NTT IndyCar Series “stronger” after being replaced in the driver lineup at Arrow McLaren SP.

The team Hinchcliffe has spent the past five seasons with will field cars in 2020 for the past two Indy Lights champions — Patricio O’Ward and Oliver Askew.

Hinchcliffe is free to seek another team to drive for, and he said he would.

“Obviously, it’s very late in the game, but my team is working flat out to try and salvage a full 2020 IndyCar campaign.”

The Canadian driver with six career NTT IndyCar Series victories and the Indianapolis 500 pole in 2016 said he has been touched by the support from the motorsports community.

James Hinchclffe Statement:

It goes without saying the happenings of the last 48 hours have been difficult, We were shocked to learn we would not be in the No. 5 car for the 2020 season.

The Support from the Motorsports Comunity has been overwhelming and is edndlessly appreciated. We only get to do what we because of the fans and your passion is amazing.

We only get to do what we do because of the fans, and your passing is amazing,” he wrote. “Disappointment aside, I still have my health, incredible family, friends and fans supporting me, and at the end of the day, there’s not much a little maple syrup and a Leafs game can’t fix.

We’ve been kicked down before and came back stronger. This is simply our next fight.

Challenge accepted.

James Hinchcliffe

Graphics & Photos Courtesy of INDYCAR

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