As MotorSportsTalk continues its driver-by-driver review of the 2014 Verizon IndyCar Series season, they take a look at the NTT Data and Novo Nordisk CGR drivers.
As MotorSportsTalk continues its driver-by-driver review of the 2014 Verizon IndyCar Series season, they take a look at the Target Chip Ganassi Racing teammates.
"As far as performance, it feels very good, though it’s hard to compare it to the other Indy Lights car,” Dixon said.
CGRT drivers Kyle Larson, Dylan Kwasniewski and Sage Karam will host and singer Cassadee Pope will headline the Digi Bash.
Looking ahead to the Goody's 500 at Martinsville Speedway.
The No. 42 gained 25 spots to finish 17th in the Geico 500.
Team Ganassi finishes 17th and 35th at Talladega.
Talladega is the final race in the contender round of the NASCAR Chase for the Sprint Cup.
The McDonald's Monopoly team netted its best finish of the 2014 season.
Jamie McMurray may have missed qualifying for the Chase for the Sprint Cup, but that didn't stop him from having one of his strongest runs of the season.
Kyle Larson may be a rookie on the NASCAR Sprint Cup Series, but he's not racing like one.
Larson and McMurray look to continue strong runs at the Bank of America 500.
Ford EcoBoost V6 logs over 15,000 endurance racing miles in 2014 at the most demanding road racing tracks in North America.
Scott Dixon and Ryan Briscoe will join several other Indy car champions and Indy 500 winners in the IMSA season finale at Road Atlanta this weekend.
Scott Dixon Joins Scott Pruett and Memo Rojas in the No. 01 Ford EcoBoost Riley for IMSA Season Finale.
"I drove it like I stole it... Taking big chances in traffic and everywhere else for that matter. I couldn’t afford any mistakes," Pruett said in his blog after the Team Telmex win at COTA.
Team TELMEX holds off a late-race charge to win the TUDOR United SportsCar Championship Lone Star Le Mans at the Circuit of The Americas.
Chip Ganassi Racing with Felix Sabates (CGRFS) with drivers Scott Pruett and Memo Rojas finished first overall Saturday afternoon in the Lone Star Le Mans at Circuit of the Americas.
Ninety-nine percent of the time, making wine and racing are opposites. In the car, you live your life in fractions of a second. Wine? It’s a three-year cycle.