Oliver Askew1996-12-12 (age 24)
Latest news on Oliver Askew
Oliver Askew will drive for his second IndyCar team in a week and will replace the injured Rinus VeeKay at Ed Carpenter Racing in the Road America round.
Oliver Askew will replace the injured Felix Rosenqvist at Arrow McLaren SP for IndyCar's second Detroit race, following the Swedish driver's huge crash at Belle Isle.
Marco Andretti will make his IMSA WeatherTech SportsCar Championship debut later this month as he teams up with cousin Jarett for the Sahlen's Six Hours of Watkins Glen.
Oliver Askew has been given clearance by the IndyCar medical team to return to action for this weekend's season finale in St. Petersburg with Arrow McLaren SP
Oliver Askew will not be retained by Arrow McLaren SP for 2021, but may still race for the team in the IndyCar finale at St. Petersburg
Helio Castroneves will stand in for Oliver Askew at Arrow McLaren SP-Chevrolet in next week's Indianapolis road course double-header after the IndyCar rookie was declared not fit to drive
Robert Wickens says Arrow McLaren SP's investment in youth with Pato O'Ward and Oliver Askew is "no longer a risk" having surpassed expectations during the 2020 IndyCar campaign
McLaren's IndyCar team has signed Indy Lights champion Oliver Askew and Pato O'Ward to its team in 2020, meaning there is no place for James Hinchcliffe
Indy Lights championship leader Oliver Askew says his test IndyCar test with Chip Ganassi Racing in a current-spec IndyCar next week can "open doors" and is the "biggest opportunity" he has had in his career