McLaren’s IndyCar star Pato O’Ward has set his sights on a potential move to Formula 1, claiming that he is “good enough to be” in the prestigious racing series. The 23-year-old Mexican driver has promised to go “full send” in his pursuit of entering F1, showcasing his determination and confidence in his abilities.
O’Ward’s aspirations come as no surprise, given his impressive performances in the IndyCar series and his high standing within the racing community. He currently drives for Arrow McLaren SP in IndyCar, and has proven to be a formidable force on the track with his remarkable speed and skill.
In an interview with FirstSportz, O’Ward expressed his belief in his capabilities, stating, “I feel that I am good enough to be there (F1).” He also emphasized his commitment to making the move, declaring, “I’m going to go full send at it and do everything I can to try and make it happen.”
With McLaren’s historical presence in Formula 1, O’Ward’s potential transition to the series could be a seamless one. The team’s F1 CEO, Zak Brown, has expressed his admiration for O’Ward’s talents and has previously voiced his support for the driver’s ambitions.
O’Ward’s determination to secure a place in Formula 1 has sparked excitement among racing enthusiasts, who are eager to witness his potential crossover to the renowned series. His bold statement and unwavering confidence send a clear message that he is ready to take on the challenge and compete at the highest level of motorsport.
As O’Ward continues to make waves in the racing world, his pursuit of Formula 1 will undoubtedly be one to watch. With his promise to go “full send,” the prospect of him joining the elite ranks of F1 seems increasingly plausible, raising the anticipation for what the future holds for this talented young driver.