New onboard cameras will provide new viewing angles during familar ABC and NBCSN broadcasts of IndyCar events throughout 2018.
Andretti Autosport will field six cars at the 2018 Indianapolis 500 with the addition of Carlos Munoz.
Carlin, which began competing in North America in 2015, will move up to the Verizon IndyCar Series in 2018 with Max Chilton and Charlie Kimball.
Michael Shank Racing's plans in IndyCar extend beyond the Indianapolis 500 for 2018 and the root of it is a passion for the racing.
Jack Harvey will contest a minimum of six IndyCar races with Michael Shank Racing in a technical partnership with Schmidt Peterson Motorsports.
Marco Andretti and Alexander Rossi will trade places for 2018, with both retaining their strategists and sponsors but not car numbers.
A.J. Foyt has selected Indy Lights race winner Matheus Leist as Tony Kanaan's teammate for 2018, giving the AJ Foyt Racing team a completely new lineup.
The addition of Portland International Raceway in place of Watkins Glen International is the only notable change to the 2018 Verizon IndyCar Series schedule.
Stefan Wilson will drive the No. 25 Andretti Autosport Honda at the 102nd Running of the Indianapolis 500.
Josef Newgarden's Verizon IndyCar Series championship in his first year driving for Team Penske has set him up as a current and future star.