Found February 26, 2014 on Formula 1 Blog:
PLAYERS: Sam Schmidt
Q. Jacques, why come back now after so long being away?  I think it will be the longest period between starts for any driver?  JACQUES VILLENEUVE: There’s a few reasons. The first one, it’s also a question of opportunity. The opportunity came about with Sam Schmidt. We started talking not long ago, actually a few weeks ago. It all went fast. The discussions happened at the right time because I’d been watching the IndyCars last year, and it looked extremely exciting with the new cars, to the point where I was angry and jealous that I wasn’t racing. So that got me going again. I’ve been active ever since leaving IndyCar in ’95, anyway, with Formula One. I did some NASCAR racing, some other forms of racing, in Australia, different places. I just wasn’t considering going back to something I’d already done mostly because there’s been a few dark years for IndyCar. But the whole group behind the series have been working really hard and done a tremendous job because it’s getting back to the...

Villeneuve to race at Indy 500

IF the return of Juan Pablo Montoya (JPM) wasn’t exciting enough for Indycar fans, then perhaps the 1995 champion, Jacques Villeneuve’s appearance on this year’s grid will be the icing on the cake. According to AUTOWEEK, Jacque Villeneuve (JV) will be making a comeback at 43-years-old: “Villeneuve, who turns 43 on April 9, will drive a car entered by Schmidt Peterson Motorsports...
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