The New York native completed fifth for Juncos Racing within the 2018 Professional Mazda sequence (not too long ago renamed Indy Professional 2000 Championship), scoring six podiums ends. In 2016 and 2017, he ran for the Pelfrey Staff in USF2000, successful and successful as top-of-the-line winners of the season.
"We’re excited to have Robert on the group," mentioned President Andretti Autosport, J-F Thormann. "Final 12 months, the group confirmed nice energy on the monitor with 14 wins and we have now little doubt that our lineup for 2019 will probably be so sturdy.
"Within the winter testing, Robert confirmed a number of pace and potential and we’re trying ahead to seeing how that may translate into the season."
Megennis, who will be part of Ryan Norman on the group, added, "I’m very excited to drive to Indy Lights in 2019 with Andretti Autosport. It’s an honor to be a part of such a prestigious and profitable group.
"All our low season assessments had been nice and I used to be impressed by all features of the group. Though I do know that Indy Lights will characterize a serious leap within the Indy Professional 2000, I’m assured that Andretti will give me an incredible automotive and I’m able to go.