Scott Dixon will join Scott Pruett and Joey Hand in the driver lineup of the No. 01 Ford EcoBoost Riley Prototype at Sebring International Raceway on March 21.
After racing in the DTM the past few years, Hand said it’s great to be back racing in the United States.
The No. 02 Target/Ford EcoBoost and No. 01 Ford EcoBoost/Target Riley Prototype entries finished first and seventh, respectively, in the 53rd running of the Rolex 24 At Daytona.
The victory was Dixon's second in the Rolex 24 and a record sixth for team owner Chip Ganassi.
Following a drama-filled final 30 minutes that saw implications in two of the four classes, Chip Ganassi Racing powered through to claim overall victory in the 53rd Rolex 24 at Daytona.
Scott Pruett’s success as a racecar driver comes down to adaptability.
Yes, IndyCar Series driver Sage Karam really did ask a Dallas Cowboys scout to get team owner Jerry Jones on FaceTime Wednesday.
“We’re committed to his future because he’s the kind of driver we like and the kind of driver IndyCar needs."
Team Ganassi and Team Penske help Chevy develop bodywork to deliver improved aerodynamics.
Karam will compete in the No. 8 GE LED-backed Chevrolet at the season-opening race for the Verizon IndyCar series, scheduled for March 29.
Racing and wrestling have always brought the father and son together.
In the first race of the year with the new rules package in place, the weekend started off positively for Jamie McMurray and Kyle Larson at Atlanta Motor Speedway.
It's the American Dream for a kid who found his way despite never graduating from the eighth grade, and the noticeable Cuban accent.
Target will debut a national commercial on Sunday during the Daytona 500 that stars NASCAR's reigning rookie of the year.
As Jeff Gordon winds down his long career, the kid who grew up idolizing him is just getting started. Kyle Larson is ready to become NASCAR's next superstar.
Jamie McMurray surprises customers at McDonald’s in New Smyrna Beach Wednesday morning.
Bobby Wines didn’t think he’d be performing his version of a victory dance at a McDonald's nor did he expect that NASCAR driver and former Daytona 500 winner Jamie McMurray would be the one asking him to do it.
Jamie McMurray's first full day at Daytona International Speedway included a photo opportunity of the driver standing amid the track's famed trophies, which he has both won.