Verizon IndyCar Series racer Conor Daly has been named as one of the finalists for the ‘ROC Factor’ competition ahead of the Race of Champions later this month.
The Race of Champions pits drivers from an array of series up against each other in a multi-discipline challenge, with this year’s event taking place in Miami on January 21-22.
The line-up features a number of motorsport’s biggest names, including Juan Pablo Montoya, Tony Kanaan, Sebastian Vettel, Tom Kristensen, Jenson Button, Alexander Rossi, Kurt Busch and Kyle Busch.
Following the successful running of the ROC Factor competition for the 2015 Race of Champions in London, the competition returned for Miami, with applicants getting the chance to team up with either James Hinchcliffe or Helio Castroneves.
The 10 finalists to join Hinchcliffe on ROC Team North America were confirmed on Wednesday, with 2017 Foyt IndyCar racer Daly among them.
The 10 finalists for ROC Factor to join Team North America are:
- Shea Adam
- Bill Caswell
- Gary Grant
- Conor Daly
- Christopher Hill
- Glenn McGee
- Floyd Raglin
- Stefan Rzadzinski
- John Sabol
- Jeff Seehorn
10 finalists have also been named to join Castroneves on Team Latin America:
- Cesar Baltazar Rivera, Mexico
- Rafael Duarte Oliveira, Brazil
- Gabriel Glusman, Argentina
- Thomas Graef, Brazil
- Jaime Guerrero, Colombia
- Luis Martinez, Cuba
- Gonzalo Rodriguez, Peru
- Federico Treviño, Mexico
- David Tuaty, Peru
- Esteban Yanguas, Colombia
Both ROC Factor contests are now live on Facebook, allowing fans to vote for their favorite and complete the line-up for the Race of Champions. You can find out more information by clicking here.