2013 Indy Lights season
The Indy Lights season 2013 is the 28th season of American racing Indy Lights series.
- 3.1 Points system
- 3.2 Drivers' Championship
Teams and Drivers
Changes in drivers
The following list contains all the drivers who took part in the 2012 Indy Lights season and start in the 2013 season, not for the same team as 2012.
Drivers who have changed their team:
- Chase Austin: Juncos Racing → JMM / BHA with Curb Agajanian -
- Victor Carbone: Sam Schmidt Motorsports Team Moore Racing →
- Juan Pablo Garcia: Jeffrey Mark Motorsport → Team Moore Racing
Drivers who enter or return to the Indy Lights:
- Gabby Chaves: Star Mazda Series ( JDC Motorsports ) → Peterson Schmidt Motorsports
- Conor Daly: GP3 Series ( Lotus GP) → Team Moore Racing
- Matthew Di Leo: U.S. F2000 National Championship ( MDL Racing) → MDL Racing / Peter Dragffy
- Mikaël Grenier: Karting → Team Moore Racing
- Jack Hawksworth: Star Mazda Series (Team Pelfrey ) → Peterson Schmidt Motorsports
- Axcil Jefferies: FIA Formula 2 Championship → JMM / BHA with Curb Agajanian -
- Sage Karam: Star Mazda Series ( Andretti Autosport) → Peterson Schmidt Motorsports
- Dalton Kellett: U.S. F2000 National Championship ( Pabst Racing) → Pabst Racing
- Kyle O'Gara: USAC National Midget Series → Peterson Schmidt Motorsports
- Ethan Ringel: GP3 Series ( Atech CRS Grand Prix) → Team Moore Racing
- Giancarlo Serenelli: GP2 Series (Venezuela GP Lazarus ) → Belardi Auto Racing
- Jimmy Simpson: USAC National Midget Series → Team Moore Racing
- Zach Veach: Star Mazda Series ( Andretti Autosport) → Andretti Autosport
Drivers who have left the Indy Lights:
- Nick Andries: Bryan Herta Autosport → Star Mazda Series ( JDC Motorsports )
- Sebastian Saavedra: AFS Racing / Andretti Autosport IndyCar Series → (Dragon Racing)
- Tristan Vautier: Sam Schmidt Motorsports IndyCar Series → ( Peterson Schmidt Motorsports )
Drivers who do not have a contract for a race seat in 2013:
The Indy Lights Season 2013 includes twelve races. All races take place within the framework of the IndyCar Series. New on the calendar are the Pocono Raceway, the Mid- Ohio Sports Car Course and the Reliant Park. Were canceled the race in Detroit, Edmonton and Trois- Riviéres.
- Explanation: O: oval course, T: temporary race track ( street circuit, airfield circuit ), P: permanent race track
Points are awarded according to the following scheme:
There is also an extra point for pole position and two additional points for the driver who had the race led the most laps.
- In Houston, the starting grid was determined by the entrant points. There was no bonus point.