Rain, rain wouldn't go away, made us race in Toronto twice in one day!
Ganassi Managing Director Mike Hull believes Iowa was a big step in the right direction for the IndyCar program.
Dixon explains the Ganassi/Dixon strategy from here on out, and his feelings on the season so far.
Kanaan feels fully integrated with Chip Ganassi Racing and is confident that the team is on the verge of a turnaround.
Double-header weekend at Streets of Toronto
"...To win a race, you've got to be up front. That’s what we’ve been doing.”
Larson will return to a dirt track this week in the NASCAR Camping World Truck Series Mudsummer Classic at Eldora Speedway.
Larson began racing on dirt at the age of 7 and looks forward to racing at Eldora every year.
Larson was able to gain five spots in the final 31 laps of the race and move up to 14th in the point standings.
After cycling through some late-race pit stops under caution the McDonald’s team lost valuable track position and crossed the finish-line with a 16th place result.
"These cars have been a lot faster this year than in the past."
In his previous trips to the “Magic Mile”, McMurray has three top-five and five top-10 finishes
The Coke Zero 400 was cut short on Sunday due to rain on lap 112.
McMurray is one of only five active NASCAR Sprint Cup Series drivers to capture a win in the Daytona 500 and Coke Zero 400.
Larson hopes to stay out of trouble at Daytona and avoid the big one.
McMurray was running in the top-10 before getting involved in an accident on lap 154.
Karam joins Pruett & Rojas in No. 01 car for 6 Hours of the Glen
"Farmer Pruett" has a nice ring to it...
"It’s about trust"
Here are the highlights!
Takes a victory lap with employees
Pun very much intended