Recovered Wilson keeps Dale Coyne seat
23 January 2014 – Justin Wilson has confirmed that he will continue with Dale Coyne Racing for the 2014 IndyCar season.
The 35-year-old Briton, who moved Stateside in 2004 after a short F1 career, has represented the outfit for the past two campaigns, but fractured his pelvis in a dramatic mid-race crash at last year's finale in Fontana.
With his recovery complete, Wilson has put pen to paper on fresh deal with team owner Dale Coyne.
"We've had a lot of conversations in the off-season," Wilson explained. "Dale promises me he's going to get a couple of critical people in the right places, and allow us to be more consistent and make life easier.
"I think we had some good performances last year, but I definitely felt like we needed to work on that consistency and try to execute a little bit more in every aspect, not just the team, but the strategy, my driving, pit-stops.
"Some of the other teams have got a couple more people and can analyse that deeper than we were able to, so that's why I wanted Dale to get one or two more personnel so we can do the same this year."
Wilson clarified that he will work with a new engineer, Michael Cannon, throughout the upcoming season.