And Conor's ears will be burning after hearing the glowing praise being heaped on him by none other than motor racing icon AJ Foyt, who has himself won the Indy 500 four times in his career.
"He ran well at Sebring when we needed someone to do some testing in the off season. He was fast, smooth, and didn't get in trouble," said the 78-year-old team owner. “When we made a change on the car he felt it. I found him to be very savvy on the chassis setups.
"When we made a minor change which was really nothing, he thought about it and said it felt no different," he added. "I told him that was the right answer because we didn't do anything he'd be able to feel, so that impressed me too."