Rinus VeeKay2000-09-11 (age 22)
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Rinus VeeKay will remain on board Ed Carpenter Racing's #21 car for the 2023 IndyCar season and beyond, as part of a long-term agreement.
OPINION: He may only be an outsider for the IndyCar title in 2022, but Rinus Van Kalmthout is convinced that Ed Carpenter Racing is on a path to take on the series' greatest teams. The Dutch star and his race engineer Matt Barnes explain why they believe their hopes are realistic
Ed Carpenter reckons Aston Martin Formula 1 reserve Nico Hulkenberg could be interested by a potential IndyCar drive, but warns their talks don't yet have "substance".
Felix Rosenqvist has been cleared to return to the Arrow McLaren SP team for the Mid-Ohio IndyCar event this weekend, while Ed Carpenter Racing’s Rinus VeeKay is also expected back.
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.
Ed Carpenter Racing driver Rinus VeeKay has suffered a clavicle injury after a bicycle accident in training, with his participation in IndyCar's Road America round "pending".
Ed Carpenter Racing’s Conor Daly believes his stint leading Sunday's Indianapolis 500 "proved we belong up there" before his hopes were dashed by a frightening wheel strike.
Rinus VeeKay says Ed Carpenter Racing's cars fared well in qualifying for IndyCar's Indianapolis 500 because they’re set up to handle the way the Chevrolet engine delivers its power.
Ed Carpenter believes his eponymous IndyCar team has everything it needs to challenge for the Indianapolis 500 in Sunday's Fast Nine shootout, allaying fears that the Chevrolet engine is underperforming.
Rinus VeeKay, who scored his first IndyCar victory on Saturday, has paid tribute to the education he received from the Road To Indy junior formulas and from former Indy car star Arie Luyendyk.
New IndyCar winner Rinus VeeKay admitted he was in tears after the Ed Carpenter Racing driver scored the biggest victory of his career in the Grand Prix of Indianapolis.
Rinus VeeKay says his Indianapolis 500 testing crash, which resulted in a broken finger, "didn't hurt my confidence" and doesn't expect the injury to cause issues in the IndyCar season-opener.
Rinus VeeKay put Ed Carpenter Racing on top in the 12-car IndyCar test at Barber Motorsports Park, while Romain Grosjean finished his first IndyCar test within one second of top spot
Rinus VeeKay, who will today earn IndyCar's Rookie of the Year title, will remain at Ed Carpenter Racing for a second season in 2021
Rinus VeeKay took his maiden IndyCar series pole position in qualifying for the first race of the Harvest Grand Prix double-header on the Indianapolis road course, just pipping Colton Herta
Ed Carpenter Racing rookie Rinus VeeKay hailed Sunday's IndyCar race at Gateway as "one of the best races I have ever driven" en route to a hard-fought fourth place finish
Rinus VeeKay said he would apologise to his Ed Carpenter Racing crew after his "biggest nightmare" of hitting crew members was realised in his second pitstop at the Indianapolis 500
2019 Indy Lights runner-up Rinus VeeKay has been announced as the driver of Ed Carpenter Racing's #21 entry for the 2020 IndyCar season