Is Scott Dixon’s Career REALLY on the Decline?

Photo Credit: Racing Junk In early August, just over two months ago actually, I published this article, which you can read HERE, about whether or not Scott Dixon’s career is on the decline, and I left it kind of open-ended seeing as how there were still four races left in this year’s championship. In this article, I will address each one of the points I made in … Continue reading Is Scott Dixon’s Career REALLY on the Decline?

Dixon Wins At Watkins Glen; All But Two Drivers Eliminated from Championship Contention

Photo Credit: IndyCar Scott Dixon, who drivers a Chevrolet-powered car for Chip Ganassi Racing, took the checkered flag for his 2nd victory of the season, 40th of his IndyCar career, and 4th at Watkins Glen in today’s IndyCar Grand Prix at the Glen at Watkins Glen International in Watkins Glen, New York. Dixon won the race by 16.5308 seconds over Josef Newgarden, making this margin of … Continue reading Dixon Wins At Watkins Glen; All But Two Drivers Eliminated from Championship Contention

Is Scott Dixon’s Career on the Decline?

Photo Credit: sports.usatoday.com Let me first start off by saying that this title is a question Verizon IndyCar Series fans ask ourselves every single season at some point. Every year there is a point in the season where we look down the IndyCar championship standings and see Scott Dixon in an unusually low spot. However, for the last 9 seasons, Dixon has ended up finishing … Continue reading Is Scott Dixon’s Career on the Decline?

Target Leaving the Verizon IndyCar Series

Photo Credit: Racer.com After 27 seasons in the sport, Target will no longer be sponsoring race cars for Chip Ganassi Racing in the Verizon IndyCar Series following the conclusion of the 2016 Verizon IndyCar Series championship. Since Chip Ganassi Racing’s founding in 1990, the team used Target as a sponsor and won a combined 101 races, 11 series championships, and 4 Indianapolis 500s. Target was … Continue reading Target Leaving the Verizon IndyCar Series

Dixon Takes Pole for Honda Indy Toronto

Photo Credit: IndyCar Chip Ganassi Racing’s Scott Dixon, who drives a Chevrolet-powered car, topped the speed charts in qualifying for this weekend’s Verizon IndyCar Series race around the 11-turn 1.786-mile temporary street circuit around Exhibition Place in Toronto, Ontario in Canada for the Honda Indy Toronto with a top lap time of 59.907 seconds. Dixon sits 4th in the IndyCar championship standings as of right now, … Continue reading Dixon Takes Pole for Honda Indy Toronto