Mazda Road to Indy veteran will pilot No. 26
Honda in 2018 Verizon IndyCar Series championship

in 2018, Zach Veach will take the wheel of the No. 26 Honda Indy car as the
fourth entry in Andretti Autosport’s Verizon IndyCar Series effort. Veach has
raced in every step of the Mazda Road to Indy ladder with Andretti Autosport,
including a career-best Indy Lights championship finish of third in 2014.  

are excited to give Zach the opportunity to show what he can do at the highest
level, and I’m looking forward to welcoming him home, so to speak, as he
completes our all-American lineup,” said Michael Andretti, CEO, Andretti
Autosport. “Zach started his INDYCAR career with us in USF2000 and has driven
in every step of the Mazda Road to Indy ladder with Andretti Autosport. He’s a
driver that has always impressed me. Zach works hard, and he takes something
away from every time he’s in the car – he’s constantly improving. He’s put the
effort in, found success at every level and now his dream has come full circle.”

22-year-old American driver made his Verizon IndyCar Series debut on April 23,
2017, at Barber Motorsport Park and his Indy 500 debut at this year’s 101st

“I’ve been thinking about this day since St.
Petersburg in 2010 when I sat beside Michael Andretti announcing that I’d be
competing in USF2000 for his team,’’ Zach said. “To be driving in the Verizon
IndyCar series with them is a dream come true.”  

is the final driver confirmed to an all-American, four-car Verizon IndyCar
Series field for Andretti as he joins Ryan Hunter-Reay (No. 28 DHL Honda),
Alexander Rossi (No. 98 NAPA AUTO PARTS Honda) and Marco Andretti (No. 27
Honda). The 2018 season goes green on the streets of St. Petersburg, Florida,
March 11.