The series, already struggling for grid numbers, was put on hiatus this year due to a dwindling numbers of commitments from teams facing financial hardship as a result of the Covid-19 pandemic.
However, as Road To Indy promoter Dan Andersen vowed, the Indy Lights presented by Cooper Tires series will be back in 2021 and this latest news from Global Racing Group and HMD has boosted hopes of 13-14 cars on the grid, despite the shutdown of the highly respected Belardi team.
Henry Malukas, owner of HMD Motorsports, said of his partnership with Global Racing Group: “Working together will bring an unparalleled operation to the Road to Indy program in 2021 and beyond.
“I met with Christian [Pedersen of GRG] on several occasions through the season and our programs are very well aligned with one another. We have similar goals and interests and with our new relationship, have a direct…