Larson Pulls Away From Rico for Chili Bowl VIROC Victory
Kyle Larson pulled away from his friend Rico Abreu on a late-race restart to win the Vacuworx Invitational Race of Champions (VIROC) feature at Tulsa Expo Raceway (OK) Tuesday night. In honor of the late Bryan Clauson, Larson took home $6,363 for winning the 20-lap race.
Is INDYCAR in New Golden Age of Drivers?
In late December, Tony Kanaan posted a photo on Instagram of his Trek bike while taking a rare break on a Florida beach. A few weeks earlier, Scott Dixon posted a pic of himself about to take a brisk but long run in Indianapolis.
Scott Dixon Paces GTLM on Second Day of Roar
Multi-time IndyCar champ Scott Dixon, who races in that series for team owner Chip Ganassi, has been a part of Ganassi’s development of the Ford GT from the start. So it isn’t surprising that the open-wheel expert is just as impressive in a car with a roof.
Well-Traveled Larson Poised for Quick Start to 2017
The offseason -- typically designated as a time of rest for most involved in the NASCAR industry -- has been atypically busy for Kyle Larson.
Ganassi Enjoys Productive Day with All Four Cars at Sebring Test
Chip Ganassi Racing was the first Verizon IndyCar Series team to hit the track in 2017, with all four of its drivers testing Thursday at Sebring International Raceway in central Florida.
Kanaan Gets to Open Favorite Gift at Roar Before 24 Test
Tony Kanaan finally gets his chance to play with his best Christmas present during this weekend’s Roar Before the 24 test session at Daytona International Speedway.
Double Dip of Testing for Ganassi Lies Ahead in Florida This Week
Chip Ganassi Racing Teams will have all eight of its cars split between its Verizon IndyCar Series and IMSA WeatherTech SportsCar Championship programs testing in Florida this week, with four cars each at two typical Florida winter testing hotbeds.