Following the announcement that he will drive at IndyCar’s Long Beach race in April, Mike Conway is hoping to add more races to his 2013 portfolio.
Conway will drive a second car for Rahal Letterman Lanigan Racing at Long Beach, and is optimistic he’ll add more races, especially on street and road courses. He left IndyCar before last year’s final round at Fontana after deciding to no longer race on ovals. He won at Long Beach in 2011 with Andretti and will try to do it again this year with Rahal Letterman Lanigan.
“I want to do more races with Rahal, for sure. That’s something we’re working on right now. Being able to race at Long Beach is a great opportunity to go back to a track that I’ve won at before, and obviously with a good team in Rahal, a good team-mate, and some good people that I have worked with before,” Conway told Autosport.
“It’s one race at the moment and we’re working on some more, but we’ll see over the next couple of months what happens. It’s a good start,” the 29-year-old Brit added. Conway will attend the team’s first test of the year with Graham Rahal at Sebring on February 19, but will not drive.