Dale Coyne Drop Dalziel

Ryan Dalziel has been dropped by Dale Coyne Racing for this weekend's Edmonton race as the Scot confirmed he is returning to ALMS competition this weekend

Dale Coyne Drop Dalziel

Ryan finished ninth at last weekend at Toronto's race, and was expected to continue for the rest of the season with Coyne.

However Dalziel confirmed to his official website that he has not been asked back for this weekend. The move could signal the return to Champ Car for Dane Ronnie Bremer, who was replaced at HVM Racing last weekend by Alex Sperafico after sponsorship woes.

Dalziel said on his official website: "I first came to race in America with Champ Car as my goal.  The opportunity presented itself and I took it believing if I performed well there could be the possibility of running the remainder of the season. 

"Given the circumstances I think I did a good job, I kept the car out off the walls and scored a top ten finish but for whatever reason the team has selected another driver for the Edmonton race.

"I'm obviously disappointed with the team's decision.  Based on my performance I thought I at least deserved another opportunity but I'd like to thank Dale Coyne and American Medical Response for offering me my first Champ Car start.  I'm now looking forward to getting back into the Corvette."

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