The transports have rolled into Homestead and for some drivers the good news is rolling in as well.
According to IndyStar, Sarah Fisher will now race at all ICS events – twisty tracks included – for Dreyer and Reinbold. We can’t determine if Fisher has ever driven a vehicle of this horsepower on a road course, but we do know she’s pretty successful with the go karts. I have already received notification from the Number One FishHead noting his excitement.
Likewise, Trackside Online is saying Marty Roth is also looking to be on the track all season. We don’t know if that’s just the ovals or what, but it’s still more than was previously reported. TSO says Roth only has three (three?) full time employees, so I suspect if you have any proficiency with changing tires or pumping fuel you could send him your resume.
UPDATE: TSO says it’s likely just the ovals.
Also of note, IPS runner up Jonathan Klein has joined the ranks of the employed. The young man who recorded ten (ten!) Top 5s in his rookie season will race the nine road courses for Moore racing. Team co-owner Tom Wood will race the ovals.
Amazingly, Buddy Lazier is still without employment.
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