As we look forward to the New Year full of hope and optimism for what is to come, we wanted to take some time to look back on 2021 with this slideshow of memories. There were some struggles, but we look on those as opportunities to learn and improve. There were also some highlights which made us proud. A Texas-sized shoutout to our sponsors who fund our efforts, our fans for their loyal support and to everyone on our team for their hard work! All the best, Larry and A.J. Foyt
HOUSTON (Dec. 10, 2021) Four-time Indianapolis 500 winner Al Unser passed away on December 9th after a valiant and hard-fought battle with cancer. Unser, the first driver to tie A.J. Foyt as a four-time winner of the Indianapolis 500 in 1987, had a long friendship with the famed Texan dating back to 1965. "I was really sorry to hear about Al Unser," Foyt, 86, said. "We were able to catch up in July at the 4-time winners deal [photo shoot] we did at Indy and I'm glad for that.
INDIANAPOLIS (Dec. 1, 2021) -- Canadian Dalton Kellett will continue to drive the No. 4 K-Line Insulators USA Chevrolet in the NTT INDYCAR Series in 2022 for AJ Foyt Racing. It will mark the 28-year-old's third straight season in North America's premier open wheel series. "I'm very excited to be back with AJ Foyt Racing for the 2022 season!" Kellett exclaimed. "We are looking forward to the year and continuing to build on the momentum from 2021. I'm grateful for the opportun