The 2020 season of the IndyCar Series was shorted by the COVID-19 pandemic. Ten races were cancelled, five rescheduled, and five replacement races added. The major technical change of the season was the introduction of cockpit protection, combining an Aeroscreen and the Halo used in Formula One. Super experienced Brazilian Tony Kanaan, who raced in IndyCars since 1998, entered the 2020 season with A. J. Foyt Enterprises stating it would be his last, running only a five-race schedule at the oval tracks. He recorded two top-10 finishes – at Texas Motor Speedway and Gateway.
|Tony Kanaan||14||A. J. Foyt Enterprises|
|Dallara DW12 (IR18)||Chevrolet||Big Machine Vodka|