McLaren will run Callum Ilott in an IndyCar test this week as it seeks a substitute for injured driver David Malukas.
Callum Ilott has confirmed he will not return to the Juncos Hollinger IndyCar team for the 2024 IndyCar season.
Callum Ilott has been cleared by IndyCar doctors to return to racing at the Road America round this weekend, after missing Detroit.
Callum Ilott will sit out this weekend’s IndyCar race in Detroit after sustaining a hand injury in his crash during last weekend’s Indianapolis 500.
Christian Lundgaard blamed poor visibility for running into Callum Ilott at the finish of the Grand Prix of Indianapolis while under full course caution.
Testing for next month’s Indianapolis 500 began yesterday with 32 drivers in action at the Indianapolis Motor Speedway, including seven rookies.
Ferrari say their driver academy member Callum Ilott is on a “gap year” in America but he sees the possibility for a long-term future in IndyCar racing.
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Callum Ilott will race the full IndyCar season with Juncos Hollinger next year, the team has announced.
Ferrari Driver Academy member Callum Ilott had his first IndyCar test for the Juncos Hollinger team at the Indianapolis Motor Speedway road course today.
Alfa Romeo reserve driver and Ferrari Driver Academy member Callum Ilott will join the Juncos Hollinger team for the upcoming race at Portland.
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Callum Ilott said his first official F1 practice run at the Portuguese Grand Prix was productive, despite a wobbly crash helmet which looked like “the Churchill bulldog”.
Callum Ilott will make his first of several appearances in first practice for Alfa Romeo at this weekend’s Portuguese Grand Prix.
Callum Ilott was the seventh and final driver to take part in Ferrari’s five days of running at its Fiorano test track this week.
Five drivers will go into the final Formula 2 round of 2020 with a chance of winning the title following Robert Shwartzman’s victory in the Bahrain sprint race.
Felipe Drugovich scored his third Formula 2 win of 2021 while Callum Ilott cut Mick Schumacher’s lead in the championship.
Haas team principal Guenther Steiner said they will announce their 2021 drivers “soon”. Mick Schumacher and Nikita Mazepin are favourites to take the seats.
Callum Ilott will drive for Alfa Romeo in the post-season Abu Dhabi test, giving further indication Mick Schumacher will make his F1 debut with Haas next year.
Mick Schumacher and Callum Ilott will have to wait to make their Formula 1 race weekend debuts after the first practice session at the Nurburgring was cancelled due to poor weather.