The IndyCar silly season continues with the announcement from Dalton Kellett that he will not return to AJ Foyt Racing in 2023.
In his three years at AJ Foyt Racing, Kellett has been an underdog that fans have grown fond of. He boasts one of the most intelligent and entertaining social media channels for any driver. Despite results not to his liking, the Canadian is always in good spirits around the paddock. When walking around any track, you can always point out the fans that support the driver by the teal K-LINE hats, most of which were passed out to fans personally by Dalton or his family. I can’t tell you how many kids I saw with Kellett hats this season. His constant generosity gives young fans a driver to look up to and makes him a great face for the sport. No matter what race you were at this season, those K-LINE hats were hard to miss. I will continue to wear mine proudly in 2023.
Personally, I want to say thank you to Dalton for all that he has done for The Indy Boys Racing Podcast. In the beginning of our show, we were just trying to get viewers and Dalton responded to our request for an interview immediately. He promoted our show on all of his personal social media channels, gaining us attention and hundreds of new listeners. When one of our hosts couldn’t make a recording session, I texted Dalton asking if he wanted to be on the show. He filmed with us that night in one of the best episodes we have ever put out. He also promotes our merch line and plays along with the “Certified Dalton Kellett Moment” meme. I think his fiancé enjoys it more than he does.
Also, thanks for being a great friend this past year. I hope to see you keep racing in 2023 and hope to see you back in IndyCar in the future. Much love DK.
Thanks for a Certified Season,
Tristan Grider and all of Burnout Sports.
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