Juncos Racing will call on 2017 Indy Lights champion Kyle Kaiser to test its No. 32 Chevy on Friday at WeatherTech Raceway Laguna Seca. Kaiser contested four IndyCar races with the Juncos team, including the Indy 500, after winning the Lights title in a Juncos entry.
The native of nearby Santa Clara, California, has spent most of his career competing at the 2.2-mile road course.
“It’s Kyle’s home track, and when the Laguna Seca race was announced, he was very happy,” Juncos told RACER. “So, he will test the car for us so we can learn, and I know he wants to come back and race at Laguna, so we’ll see what happens.”
Along with its primary Dallara DW12-Chevy chassis, Juncos spent the offseason converting a second DW12 in its inventory to 2018 universal aero kit specification.
“We’ll go to Laguna with one car, but now we have the second one ready and we’re working on finding the money and drivers for both,” Juncos added. “We’ll have some announcements next week about what we’re doing, but we aren’t done bringing everything together, so we will continue working.”