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IndyCar Drivers and Team Fan Force United

Team Fan Force United was a racing team in the Indy Lights series. The team was owned by Chris Williams, Tyce Carlson, and Tim Donahue. Wilson and other team members were named after football and basketball players. IndyCar drivers are not usually associated with sports teams. However, the team is known for putting fans’ needs above their own. IndyCar drivers compete for championships, and Wilson is no exception.

Jean Alesi

Alesi declared his intention to drive in the 2012 Indianapolis 500 with a Lotus engine in April 2012. Deals with former IZOD IndyCar Series team Newman/Haas Racing fell through, while HVM Racing owner Keith Wiggins stated that his team lacked the necessary funds to run Alesi in the 500. Fan Force United, a Firestone Indy Lights team, decided to enter Alesi in the 500, where he qualified 33rd. His Lotus-powered car, like that of teammate Lotus driver Simona de Silvestro, was so underpowered that it was unable to sustain a suitable speed in the race, and both were forced to park their cars after just a few laps. Alesi unofficially confirmed his retirement from racing on December 18, 2012.