As the musical chairs continue among NASCAR Sprint Cup Series drivers for 2013, Sam Hornish Jr. still finds himself without a full-time seat.
Hornish, the former IndyCar champion and Indianapolis 500 winner, has been driving Penske Racing's No. 22 Cup car since early July in place of A.J. Allmendinger, who failed a drug test and later was released from the team.
There was speculation that Hornish might stay in the car again next year. But Penske announced Tuesday that Joey Logano, who is leaving Joe Gibbs Racing, will take over the No. 22 car next season and join Penske's other Cup driver, Brad Keselowski.
Asked about Hornish's future, Penske Racing President Tim Cindric said Wednesday that the team was exploring the possibility of adding a Cup car for Hornish to drive next season.