Before Lights went on hiatus at 2020, the British 24-year-old had shown lots of promise racing for HMD Motorsports Team Pelfrey, beaten only by Oliver Askew (Andretti Autosport) and Rinus VeeKay (Juncos), who graduated into IndyCar this past year.
Sowery beat them both at Portland and additional to this victory with six other podiums and six further top fives to clinch his third place in the tournament.
Now he will combine the reigning Indy Pro 2000 champion Robb from the Juncos line-up, also has high hopes of contending for the name. Juncos earned the Lights championship in 2015 with Spencer Pigot and’17 with Kyle Kaiser.
“To register with a championship winning team such as Juncos Racing is an exciting opportunity for me personally and to be able to announce it accordingly