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Reviewing Born Racer – the Scott Dixon and Chip Ganassi Racing film about commitment is available today

Steve’s movie review: A person who competes in races is the simplistic definition of racer that appears in the Oxford English Dictionary. For those that compete in the high risk, high reward world of Indy car racing that simple five letter word has so much more meaning. And, adding the appellation born before racer, brings […]

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INDYCAR – Felix Rosenqvist Will Join Chip Ganassi Racing’s IndyCar Series Program Beginning in 2019

A few quick notes from Steve: Since team owner Chip Ganassi made it clear the Indianapolis, Ind. based team would only be two cars in 2019, this means that sophomore Ed Jones is looking for a job. TSO has been in touch with Jones, and the 2016 Indy Lights champion told us that he is […]

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Scott Dixon Signs Multi-Year Deal with Chip Ganassi Racing Beginning in 2019

Scott Dixon Signs Multi-Year Deal with Chip Ganassi Racing Beginning in 2019   Kiwi Leads INDYCAR Points on the Strength of Series-Leading Three Wins in 2018   INDIANAPOLIS (August 13, 2018) – Chip Ganassi Racing (CGR) announced today that four-time INDYCAR Champion, 44-time Winner and Indianapolis 500 Winner Scott Dixon has signed a multi-year deal […]

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TSO’s 2018 preview of Chip Ganassi Racing

By Tony DiZinno, Patrick Stephan and Steve Wittich Location: Indianapolis, Ind. Team Owner: Chip Ganassi Chief Operating Officer: Doug Duchardt Managing Director, INDYCAR: Mike Hull Manager, INDYCAR: Barry Wanser Team Manager, INDYCAR: Scott Harner Engine Manufacturer: Honda First Indy car start: 1990 Autoworks 200 at Phoenix International Raceway (now ISM Raceway) in Avondale, Ariz. (Eddie Cheever)...

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TSO’s INDYCAR Windscreen testing report and notebook

By Steve Wittich After two years of meticulous and methodical work behind the scenes, the dedicated group that has been working on cockpit protection for Verizon IndyCar Series drivers, pronounced the first on-track test of the windscreen a success. “We came here and had a plan to test in daylight, dusk, and dark, so if...

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INDYCAR – PNC BANK ANNOUNCES SPONSORSHIP OF NO. 9 CHIP GANASSI RACING INDYCAR DRIVEN BY SCOTT DIXON

PNC BANK ANNOUNCES SPONSORSHIP OF NO. 9 CHIP GANASSI RACING INDYCAR DRIVEN BY SCOTT DIXON · PNC Bank’s first-ever Verizon IndyCar Series primary sponsorship · PNC-sponsored car will appear at the 102nd running of the Indianapolis 500 INDIANAPOLIS, Feb. 6, 2018 – PNC Bank and Chip Ganassi Racing (CGR), today announced an agreement designating PNC...

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Media Statement from Chip Ganassi Racing – IndyCar program contacting to two cars.

TSO notes: For most of it’s 27 year history, CGR was a two car team, the first time the team ran four full-time cars was in 2011. CGR’s most successful years were spent in the configuration they will start 2018 as, winning an Indy car championship in seven of nine years as a two car […]

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Chip Ganassi Racing – Chevrolet Detroit Grand Prix presented by Lear advance

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Dixon, Honda Storm To Indianapolis 500 Pole

Dixon, Honda Storm to Indianapolis 500 Pole Scott Dixon to lead the field to the start of the 101st Indianapolis 500 Honda drivers claim four of the top five starting positions, seven of top 10 Tenth Honda pole in 17 “500s”   SPEEDWAY, Ind., (May 21, 2017) – In a thrilling conclusion today to qualifying […]

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