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Road to Indy 2022: Everything you need to know

Road to Indy 2022: Everything you need to know
By F1 Feeder Series • Issue #38 • View online
Hi y'all!
The racing on the other side of the pond starts this weekend! And as you are used to from us by now, we got you! We did a podcast on the 2022 Road to Indy season with none other than 2021 Indy Lights champ and 2022 IndyCar driver Kyle Kirkwood and the Voice of the Road to Indy Rob Howden.
And as if it isn’t enough, we also did three separate previews for Indy Lights, Indy Pro 2000 and USF2000.
Hope you enjoy!
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Road to Indy 2022: Everything you need to know
Kyle Kirkwood, The G.O.A.T. of Road to Indy, and Rob Howden, the voice of Road to Indy join F1 Feeder Series Americas expert Jeroen Demmendaal to give the ultimate guide to the 2022 RTI season.
Listen here 👇
Your expert guide to the 2022 Indy Lights driver lineup
It’s been an interesting off-season for Indy Lights, to say the least. A change of operational control, a revised calendar, a new points system, an upgraded prize money structure, the arrival of several new teams and the disappearance of two existing ones. It all adds up to the biggest reset of the series in recent years. In this season preview, F1 Feeder Series takes you through the 2022 field!
Your expert guide to the 2022 Indy Pro 2000 driver lineup
The penultimate level of the Road to Indy features a class of exciting rookies that step up from USF2000, as well as a few potential future stars from across the pond. F1 Feeder Series gets you up to speed ahead of the Indy Pro 2000 season kick-off in Florida this weekend.
Your expert guide to the 2022 USF2000 driver lineup
Featuring a neat divide between returning drivers and rookies, the 2022 USF2000 field contains a lot of exciting talent on their way to an IndyCar Series dream. In this season preview, F1 Feeder Series has everything you need to know ahead of this weekend’s season opener in St Petersburg.
But there’s more! Our W Series editor Aisha Sembhi wrote an opinion piece on Jamie Chadwick returning to the series and our FRECA editor Perceval Wolff interviewed two important people from new FRECA team RPM!
Why W Series risks failing to deliver on its mission of promoting diversity in motorsport
Two-time W Series title holder Jamie Chadwick announced a surprise third return to the championship, despite earlier hopes to secure a FIA Formula 3 drive in 2022. With Chadwick’s return comes critique – is W Series working as intended?
Exclusive: Introducing new FRECA team Race Performance Motorsport: ‘We can run at the front’
A new team is coming to FRECA this year. Under the leadership of former racing driver Keith Donegan (24), Race Performance Motorsport (RPM) is taking over DR Formula’s entry. By bringing experienced engineers, new facilities, a driver development centre and a latest-generation simulator, RPM aims to fight for the top positions on the grid. F1 Feeder Series spoke to Donegan and RPM Team Manager and Sporting Director Enrico Carraro.
Thank you for making it all the way to the end and see you next time! 👋
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