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Over the course of his 20-year INDYCAR career, Castroneves has produced 30 wins and 50 pole positions, including one win and three poles won in 2017.
Considered one of the all-time greats in INDYCAR history, Castroneves has earned more wins than any other driver in the history of Team Penske’s championship open-wheel racing program.
"The car was actually handling good, I couldn't get too close to other guys," he said."I guess when I went to pass [Ryan] Hunter-Reay on the outside [for fourth], maybe I got a little debris on the tyre - I don't know, that was obviously the first time. You can see some other cars be able to run a more little closer without an issue.
"Myself, when I had the opportunity, I went for it. We will learn a little more and hopefully, I can convince RP [Roger Penske] to bring me back." When Castroneves' comments were put to Penske, he said: "It's hard to say no to him, isn't it? He'll figure that one out for me."Cindric then confirmed Castroneves will return next year. He will be here next year in one of our cars," he said. "That guy was sitting here this morning before I walked in, sitting in his fire suit next to his engineer ready to go, about 6.30 this morning.
Maybe with older tyres, maybe it wasn't the time to do it, but I felt everything was gaining momentum. "I don't think I've seen him out of his yellow suit since we got here this month.
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“Competitors like Helio, Rick Mears and Mark Donohue are what have made Team Penske what it is today.
This represents a new challenge for him and I know he is excited about the opportunity.
Castroneves will join previously-announced drivers Juan Pablo Montoya and Dane Cameron in racing one of two Acura ARX-05 Daytona Prototype International (DPi) entries next season.
Castroneves moved from Indy Car to Penske's new-for-2018 IMSA Sports Car Championship programme with Acura for the current season.
He competed in both the Indianapolis road course race, finishing sixth, and the Indy 500.
Castroneves's pursuit of a record-tying fourth Indy 500 win ended when he crashed out at Turn 4 just before the three-quarter distance.
Following his crash, Castroneves immediately appealed to Penske boss Roger Penske about a return.