Felix Serralles will est an IndyCar for the first time next month when he completes two days of running for Andretti Autosport at Sebring International Raceway.
The Puerto Rican has raced in Indy Lights for the last, winning three races, after previously plying his trade in European Formula Three, British F3, and Formula Renault UK.
"I’m beyond excited to finally get a chance to drive an IndyCar and it’s great to be having that chance with Andretti Autosport. This is something I have been dreaming about since I can remember. I’m so grateful to Driver Club Management for making this happen," he said. "I grew up watching all these drivers and it’s almost like a dream to be able to test and learn from someone like Ryan Hunter-Reay, who I have watched for many years. I’m excited to learn how to drive the most physical car in open-wheel racing. It will help me develop into a better driver, test my fitness and compare myself to the big dogs in the Verizon IndyCar Series."
"The opportunity to test with Andretti is great – especially as they have so much history in IndyCar and across motorsport in general," he added. "To be part of such an organization for two days is more than many can ask for."
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