It is arguable that Scott McLaughlin extends a multi-year contract with the team Penske Team, which made its IndyCar Series debut there in 2021.
Recent winner in Portland, New Zealander Scott McLaughlin will continue his adventure in the IndyCar Series. The advantage he has shown so far will no doubt count him as a candidate for the title. Furthermore, he is among 5 drivers who can still claim it at Laguna Seca this weekend.
McLaughlin Logically Extends to Penske
Coming from Australia where he won 3 consecutive titles in Supercars, Scott McLaughlin was already a driver in the Penske field as he drove for the DJR team Penske. He has not less than 40 wins in 2019 including a record streak of 18 wins. Since driving in the IndyCar Series, he has signed 3 pole positions and multiple victories, and displays great adaptability as well. regularity..
“Scott took a big risk getting into INDYCAR because he knew he would leave a series where he could thrive for years”Penske team president Tim Sindrick said. “It’s very satisfying to see the success she’s had so far because we had confidence in her talent. We didn’t know how long it would take her to gain that confidence.”
“Scott adapted quickly and has already established himself as someone who can win on any circuit during one of the most competitive periods of the INDYCAR Championship. He is an asset to our partners. He remains a great representative. And he gets on well with fans. We are thrilled that he will continue to be a part of Team Penske’s legacy for years to come.”
McLaughlin said, “Team Penske has been such an important part of my career, helping me get to where I am today, so I’m excited to continue racing with Roger (Penske), Tim and the entire team.” “
“Getting the chance to move to the USA and pursue my dream of racing in the INDYCAR Series is something that would not have been possible without Team Penske, so I am forever grateful. I have gone through such a great time with this team. , whether it’s winning three Supercar Championships, winning the Bathurst 1000, or making our debut in IndyCar. Now we compete at a high level, we win races and poles and we’re fighting for the championship too . I can. Can’t wait to see what the future holds with Team Penske.”