The long-running moniker "Indy Lights" has been replaced with "Indy NXT" as the name of the series that feeds into the NTT IndyCar Series.
Since the early 1990s, Firestone has been the main sponsor of the Indy Lights series. Before that, Cooper Tires was the main sponsor.
"We're pleased to be a part of the experience as Indy NXT moves into a new age and our connection with IndyCar deepens,"
Bridgestone America's director of motorsports, Lisa Boggs, stated in a news statement. " We are pleased to support them once again because we have experience in the series and are aware of how crucial it is for the upcoming drivers. Firestone can reach out to new audiences, develop, and showcase our technology through Indy NXT.
Last year, IndyCar took over as the sanctioning and promotion organization for Indy Lights. After joining the IndyCar paddock, Indy Lights created marketing plans.
Indy NXT will premiere in St. Petersburg, Florida, on March 5, 2023. Peacock broadcasts all 14 races. You may watch the entire season of Indy NXT 2023 live online if you reside outside of the United States at RacingLiveTV.net. Racing Live TV offers cheap bundles that cover a wide range of season-long sporting events.
See below for the whole Indy NXT 2023 schedule.
Sunday, March 5: Streets of St. Petersburg
Sunday, April 30: Barber Motorsports Park
Friday, May 12: Indianapolis Motor Speedway Road Course Race 1
Saturday, May 13: Indianapolis Motor Speedway Road Course Race 2
Saturday, June 3: Streets of Detroit Race 1
Sunday, June 4: Streets of Detroit Race 2
Sunday, June 18: Road America
Sunday, July 2: Mid-Ohio Sports Car Course
Saturday, July 22: Iowa Speedway
Sunday, Aug. 6: Streets of Nashville
Sunday, Aug. 27: World Wide Technology Raceway
Sunday, Sept. 3: Portland International Raceway
Saturday, Sept. 9: WeatherTech Raceway Laguna Seca Race 1
Sunday, Sept. 10: WeatherTech Raceway Laguna Seca Race 2