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Conor Daly

Driver – #20

Conor Daly will race the United States Air Force Chevrolet in 13 of 17 NTT INDYCAR SERIES races in 2020. For the road and street course events, he will complete the lineup of the No. 20 and will  be entered in the 104th Running of the Indianapolis 500 in ECR’s third car.

The Noblesville, Ind. native climbed into a kart for the first time at the age of 10. Within five years, he was competing in both United States and international open-wheel ladder systems. He found success in each series. By 2015, he decided to concentrate solely on American motorsports.

Full-time NTT INDYCAR SERIES seasons followed in 2016 and 2017. Daly supplemented his 2018 and 2019 Indianapolis 500 appearances by becoming one of the most trusted reserve drivers in the NTT IndyCar Series.

Fast Facts

Birthdate: December 15, 1991
Hometown: Noblesville, Ind.
Residence: Indianapolis
Marital Status: Single
Website: www.conordaly.net
Twitter: @ConorDaly22
Starts: 56
Poles: 1
Top 5 Finishes: 3
Top 10 Finishes: 14

First Start: 5/26/13 (Indianapolis)
Best Start: 7th, Road America (6/26/2016)
Best Finish: 2nd, Detroit 1 (6/4/2016)

Updated 7-28-20

Career Highlights

NTT IndyCar Series Career History

– Raced for Andretti Autosport for the 2019 Indianapolis 500, finishing 10th, and the season finale at WeatherTech Raceway Laguna Seca
– Joined Carlin for four races and Arrow Schmidt Peterson Motorsports for Portland
– Best finish of 6th at WWT Raceway after starting 18th
– Set the fastest lap of all Indianapolis 500 practice sessions and finished a career-best 10th

– Competed in four NTT IndyCar Series races with Harding Steinbrenner Racing and Dale Coyne Racing (dba Thom Burns Racing)
– Recorded a best finish of 11th at Toronto

– Finished 18th in NTT IndyCar Series point standings for A.J. Foyt Racing with a best finish of 5th at Gateway
– Recorded four Top 10 finishes, three in the final five races of the season

– Finished 18th as an NTT IndyCar Series rookie for Dale Coyne Racing with a best finish of second at Belle Isle-1
– Led a career-high 22 laps at Mid-Ohio

– Competed in four NTT IndyCar Series races for Schmidt Peterson Motorsports with a best finish of 6th at Belle Isle-2
– Led 12 laps at Belle Isle-2, his first laps in the series
– Received a last-minute call from Dale Coyne Racing to compete at Long Beach where he finished 17th
– Had a preseason Indy car test with Schmidt Peterson Motorsports

– Made series debut at Indianapolis 500 for AJ Foyt Racing, finishing 22nd after qualifying 31st

– Tested Indy car for AJ Foyt Racing

Other Racing Experience

– Earned three wins and one pole position in Lamborghini Super Trofeo
– Placed third at the Super Trofeo World Finals at at the Jerez de la Frontera circuit Spain
– Competed in USAC Midget races at the Lucas Oil Chili Bowl Nationals, Driven2SaveLives BC39 at The Dirt Track at IMS and the Western World Championship

– Competed in six Tudor United SportsCar Championship races in the Prototype Challenge Class for Performance Tech Motorsports
– Recorded three podium finishes, including a 6 hour, 27 minute stint in the 12 Hours of Sebring

– Competed in GP2 with Venezuela GP Lazarus with best finish of seventh at Hungaroring spring race
– Competed in Rolex 24 at Daytona

– Finished third in GP3 for ART Grand Prix with win at Valencia and six podium finishes
– Competed in GP2 at Sepang for Hilmer Motorsport, scoring points with a seventh-place finish in the feature race
– Finished third in Indy Lights for Team Moore racing at Houston
– Won inaugural MRF Challenge series in India with two wins in five starts

– Finished 6th in GP3 for Lotus GP with win at Barcelona and five podium finishes
– Conducted Formula One aerodynamic tests for Force India

– Competed in five Indy Lights events at Sam Schmidt Motorsports, winning at Long Beach
– Drove in GP3 for Carlin with a best finish of fifth at Hungary

– Won Star Mazda championship for Juncos Racing with series-record seven wins, nine poles and 12 podiums
– Also set records for most laps led and largest winning points margin
– Won Gorsline scholarship for performance and potential, presented by Sir Stirling Moss in London

– Finished third in Star Mazda championship with one pole, one win and six podiums

– Won Skip Barber National Championship with five wins
– Was Canadian Formula Ford 1600 Rookie of the Year after scoring five consecutive wins and three new lap records
– Awarded prestigious Team USA Scholarship
– Won Walter Hayes Formula Ford Trophy, Silverstone, England – first ever American winner of the event

– Won Stars of Karting TaG East championship with five consecutive pole positions
– Won debut races in Skip Barber Regional series

– Won 2006 World Karting Association Junior Nationals as a 14-year-old
– Won TaG World Championships pro invitational race at New Castle (Ind.) Motorsports Park in 2006
– Was Kart Racers of America Junior Yahama champion in 2005
– Named 2005 Kart Racers of America Junior Driver of the Year
– Three-time World Karting Association champion
– Competing in go-karting winning the Indiana State Championship (Yahama) in 2004

Next Race

INDYCAR Harvest GP

RACE 1

October 2, 2020 • 3:30 p.m. ET

RACE 2

October 3, 2020 • 2:30 p.m. ET

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