Sebastien Bourdais will be back for a full-time NTT IndyCar Series season in 2021 with A.J. Foyt Racing. While he had been scheduled to split the No. 14 machine throughout the 2020 IndyCar season, the coronavirus pandemic put his plans on hold. But he’ll be the one behind the wheel as the series wraps up its last three races of this season and all of next year.
Bringing back the four-time champion is a fantastic move for Foyt, and a fantastic move for the whole of the NTT IndyCar Series.
Bourdais put together a Cadillac DPi ride in IMSA to keep him busy with a team that currently is sitting second in the overall championship points, and spent this weekend driving the No. 82 Risi Competitione Ferrari at the legendary 24 Hours of Le Mans, He’s still incredibly competitive.
A veteran of IndyCar, Sebastien Bourdais has four Champ Car titles to his name and 37 victories in the…