Conor Daly, a second generation race driver, is the son of professional race car driver Derek Daly (who reached the pinnacle of the sport, competing in Formula One and Indycar for well over a decade), and his Mom, Beth, who won a Novice Jet Ski World title in 1990
Conor’s career started racing go-karts as a 10 year-old. In 2005, He won 19 races, two championships and Junior Driver of the Year.
In 2008, Conor concentrated on race cars and had an outstanding season winning the Skip Barber National Championship (five wins) and the Ontario Formula Ford 1600 Rookie of Year (five wins). During his European debut he won prestigious Walter Hayes Formula Ford 1600 Trophy in Silverstone, England representing Team USA. Along the way he set three new lap records in Canada, and scored ten pole positions in three different classes
In 2010, Conor had a record setting year as he swept the Formula Star Mazda championship with seven wins (record), nine pole positions (record) and twelve podium finishes (record), most laps led (record), largest winning points margin in 23 year history of championship
From 2011-2013, Conor competed in the European Formula One support series, GP3 , scoring two wins, one pole position and eleven podiums. Sahara Force India signed Conor as a test driver for aero data mapping sessions and simulator development
In 2013 - He made a remarkable GP2 debut in Malaysia where he finished 7th, setting 2nd fastest race lap. He also made his Indy 500 debut driving for the legend, AJ Foyt, finishing, 22nd
2015 saw Conor compete in the Sebring 12 hours race for the first time finishing in third place and being awarded Star of the Race after being behind the wheel for a remarkable 6 hours and 27 minutes. His sportscar activities continued at Watkins Glen and at the Canadian Tire Motorsports Park (Mosport) where he set fastest lap in each event.
In 2016 Competed for Dale Coyne Racing. Led five races and the highest number of laps by a Honda driver for most of season. Podium finish P2 in Detroit.
In 2019 Competed for Andretti Autosports and the US Air Force at Indianapolis 500 finishing 10th after running as high as fourth.