IndyCar » Coyne targets Rahal for new season

Dale Coyne targets Graham Rahal as the man he would like to replace Justin Wilson for the 2010 IndyCar Series season

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Don - Unregistered

February 04, 2010 11:32 PM

I would think young Rahal would get some interest from some larger teams. The Big 3 unfortunately appear to be set on drivers. He would do very well with AGR or Ganassi if given a chance.

Don - Unregistered

February 05, 2010 2:04 PM

Frank -

USF1 would be absolutely LOVE to have Rahal in their car, but Graham isn't interested in floundering at the back of the grid. Obviously, the new team will struggle for many years.

Unfortunately, if DCR is the only seat available to him he's going to be at the back of the pack in IndyCar too.

Shoveler LX - Unregistered

February 05, 2010 4:18 PM

Not so fast labeling DCR as a backmarker these days:

Dale Coyne and Justin Wilson finished 3rd at St Pete and won Watkins Glen which helped them to 9th place in the standings.

Graham finished 7th in the championship but no wins this season with Newman/Haas.

So its not exactly a step backwards, and unless Ganassi or Panther run another car. I don't see a much better option for him in IndyCar.

Besides, Rahal and BoyScouts of America sponsorship has to be good together!

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