International racing driver Mike Conway has several championships under his belt. The talented 30-year-old returned to the UK last year to compete full-time in the World Endurance Series as well as select IndyCar races in the US and Canada.
Entering his first season in WEC, Conway made a seamless transition to sports car racing. The team secured an LMP2 front row start in the prestigious Le Mans 24 Hour race and finished the season third after securing four wins.
Conway also remained a threat in the IndyCar Series despite a full time ride. With just seven starts in 2013, he earned a victory, two podiums and five top-10 finishes as well as achieving his first IndyCar career pole.
With his tremendous talent on street courses so apparent, Conway has signed an IndyCar deal with Ed Carpenter Racing to compete on all road/street courses for the 2014 season. He has also joined TOYOTA Racing for their LMP1 WEC program as reserve and test driver.
2014 turned out to be one of Conway's most successful season's to date, as he became the first person to win at least one race in both IndyCar and WEC. Conway impressed for Ed Carpenter Racing when driving at the road/street circuit events, winning at both Long Beach and Toronto. He backed this up with three impressive drives for TOYOTA in the WEC, helping the #7 car win the 6 Hours of Bahrain.
The 2015/16 Formula E championship saw Mike compete in rounds 4-10 with Team Venturi, where he picked up three top 10 finishes.
In 2016, Mike continued to race for the Toyota Hybrid Racing team in the FIA WEC where he sealed 3rd in the championship and saw six podium finishes and a race victory at Fuji. Mike also finished 2nd at the infamous 24 hours of Le Mans.
2017 will see Mike compete back over in the United States when he joins Action Express Racing for the IMSA WeatherTech SportsCar Championship. Not only that, Mike will embark on his third season with Toyota Hybrid Racing in the World Endurance Championship.