IndyCar » Vitor Meira bids farewell to US racing

Vitor Meira is departing the US open wheel racing scene, and will swap IndyCar motor sports for competing in touring stock cars back in his native Brazil in 2012.

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David Chaste - Unregistered

February 11, 2012 6:26 PM

It's amazing is stuck around for so long and was never a pay driver. I guess he was being forced to become a pay-driver now that the team is struggling. I think Vitor has the most races in Indycar without a win.

Considering that Conway has a race win, can be just as good as anyone on road courses, and brings in sponsorship, it was almost a no brainer.

Racer's Edge - Unregistered

March 10, 2012 3:13 AM

It is a shame to see Vitor end (hopefully temporary) his U.S. driving career. He was one of the most talented and consistent drivers who towards the end of his open wheel career was able to out-perform his less than great equipment. Hopefully I will still get a couple more chances to watch him drive again on U.S. soil.

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