For the first time since December, IndyCar teams will hit the track again at Sebring International Raceway.

Tony Kanaan will make his first official appearance in the #10 Target car, as the last time he tested for Ganassi, the teams new plan had not been announced.

Joining Kanaan are his 3 Chip Ganassi Racing teammates Ryan Briscoe, Scott Dixon and Charlie Kimball.

KV Racing will also be testing with their 2014 prospect: Sebastien Bourdais. The team has yet to announce the driver of their second car, if any. The team’s 2013 second driver Simona de Silvestro has been quiet regarding a ride for the 2014 season during the winter.

Ed Carpenter Racing will also feature 2014 road course driver Mike Conway making laps in the #20 Fuzzy’s Vodka Chevrolet powered entry

Team Penske will unload all three cars for Helio Castroneves, Juan Montoya and Will Power.

Panther Racing will test a potential candidate for their 2014 program: Formula Renault 3.5 series standout Carlos Huertas. Huertas has spent the last two seasons in the Formula Renault 3.5 series and has captured one win and 3 podiums. The team has not yet announced a sponsor, but hopes to do so in the coming weeks

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  • Mike

    I have to admit, i drifted from Indy car for many years, it became political and uninteresting. I spent most of my childhood in Indiana, my Dad a avid Indy 500 fan, and we went to the race often to see the greats. Then I lived in Speedway IN, just 4 blocks from the track and went to every event. It seemed to all fall apart with the Indy car and CART wars..and my first passion was F1 anyway, so i drifted. NOw, I have to say, even thought some have issues with the same-car-different-color approach, i think it is fascinating again. It reminds me of the Trans-Am days a bit, seeing very similar cars on the same track, dicing it up. I have to also say I have become a huge Rolex Grand Am fan, and its Grace’s fault for getting me hooked on MotoGP now. Anyway, i guess the point for me is that I am also a complainer of missing the Golden Era of F1, and it seems although the ball continues to seem to be fumbled again and again with F1 rules, I have to have hope because these other series that were about DOA to fans, have become more and more alive and compelling.

  • mark

    Does anyone no there there is a live timing link??????