Prior to Carlin's INDYCAR debut, the team's Indy Lights squad won its first three races in the 2015 season and would go on to win the 2016 Indy Lights Championship.
Carlin’s sophomore NTT INDYCAR SERIES season exhibited the young team’s resiliency as a mix of drivers made up their lineup. The team recorded four top-10 finishes during the 2019 season. Charlie Kimball paced the team with a pair of top-10 finishes while Pato O’Ward and Daly added one each.
Daly’s sixth-place finish at World Wide Technology Raceway at Gateway marked the team’s highest finish of the season. Chilton was back in the No. 59 Gallagher Carlin Chevrolet for his fourth NTT INDYCAR SERIES season recording 12 starts while Sage Karam and RC Enerson joined Chilton, Kimball, O’Ward and Daly to round out the talented crop of drivers to compete with the team in 2019.
Carlin returned for their third full-time season in the NTT IndyCar Series in 2020, a season which saw Conor Daly secure the team's maiden Pole Position in the series at the Iowa 250, securing a further four top-10 finishes and the team's first fastest lap in their INDYCAR history.
Max Chilton is behind the wheel of the Match Fit Pass liveried #59 car once again in 2021, with Conor Daly contesting the short oval events.
Chevy IndyCar V6 Twin turbo
Speed / Power:
550-700 horsepower (Variable turbo boost and track dependent)
XTRAC #1011 gearbox
1620 lbs (Approximately)
PFC CR90 monobloc aluminum calipers with PFC carbon-carbon brake discs and pads
Dallara Automobili Dallara IR-12 chassis
Length: 201.7 inches
Width: 76.5 inches maximum, 75.5 inches minimum
Height: 40 inches (Approximately)