The former F1 champion will fill the seat left by Fernando Alonso as he races in the Indy 500.
The McLaren-Honda driver isn't retiring, but instead, taking time for himself.
The Japanese automaker hopes its improvements will boost both power and overall performance.
The sixteen-season F1 veteran and 2009 champion is said to be ready to leave the sport.
Will that equal speed?
This is a rumor we can get behind.