Found February 07, 2013 on Fox Sports:
PLAYERS: Will PowerRoger Penske
AJ Allmendinger's career is coming full circle - albeit making left and right turns. Allmendinger, 31, will test an IndyCar for Penske Racing at Sebring International Raceway on Feb. 18 and 19. If the test is successful, Allmendinger will make his open-wheel debut for Penske Racing at Barber Motorsports Park on April 7. Sources told that if everything goes according to plan and sponsorship can be acquired, Allmendinger will also run at Long Beach in preparation for the Indianapolis 500. "The first test is just to see how things go at Sebring," Allmendinger said late Wednesday by phone. "It's been seven years since I've been in one of those cars - and they've changed quite a bit. I know it won't be easy. But I know I'll be in the best possible equipment and I'll have Will Power there - one of the fastest guys in the sport - to help me get up to speed. I'm really looking forward to it. At least Sebring is a track I know. ...

A.J. Allmendinger to test with Team Penske at Sebring this month

Former open-wheel star A.J. Allmendinger may be coming home. Allmendinger was suspended and subsequently released from his NASCAR drive at Penske Racing last season after failing a drug test. The California native has since passed NASCAR's Road to Recovery program and has been re-instated by the series, but it appears that he may be considering a return to open-wheel. ...
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