Kanaan claims first victory of 2014 at Fontana in last series race of the season.
Tony Kanaan and Scott Dixon give Team Target a 1-2 finish in last race of 2014 season.
"We have a lot of work to do, but it's really good to win the season on a high note, the whole team spirit is going to be good through the winter."
"I'm biased but I think the diabetes community is one of the strongest in the world."
Always excellent with fuel mileage, Dixon worked his conservation magic.
Three-time IndyCar Series champion Scott Dixon discusses his future plans and the growth of the series in the United States.
Larson has moved up to 12th in the NSCS standings but needs a win to guarantee a spot in the chase.
"Ultimately every week is about winning."
Larson has quickly made a name for himself in this sport...competing for the Sprint Cup Series Rookie Of The Year title, a battle which he currently leads by 47 points over Austin Dillon.
Larson captured a top-ten finish in his first NSCS race at Bristol in the spring.
A blown tire that caused Larson to hit the wall results in a 43rd-place finish for the No. 42.
Ganassi will be recognized for his numerous contributions to motorsports.
Chip Ganassi will be among some of the biggest names in American racing honored.
Scott Pruett and Sage Karam finished second in class in the Brickyard Grand Prix at Indianapolis Motor Speedway.
Larson, Kwasniewski, and Karam a crop of talented, young drivers for Ganassi.
Sage Karam replaces Memo Rojas as second driver in the 01 at Brickyard GP
Sage will be joining Scott and Memo in taming Indy's new road course layout.