Tony Kanaan to Return to Chip Ganassi Racing in 2017

Photo Credit: Motorsport Verizon IndyCar Series veteran Tony Kanaan will drive for Chip Ganassi Racing for the fourth consecutive season after agreeing to return to the team in 2017. Kanaan, 41, has raced in the IndyCar series for 15 seasons, 14 of which full-time, dating back to 2002. He was the series champion in 2004 and won the 97th running of the Indianapolis 500 mile … Continue reading Tony Kanaan to Return to Chip Ganassi Racing in 2017

Rahal Wins at Texas by 0.0080 Seconds Over Hinchcliffe

Photo Credit: IndyCar Let’s put ourselves back in 2012 for a moment. There are 3 laps to go at the 2012 Firestone 550. Graham Rahal, who is driving for Chip Ganassi Racing, is out front with a comfortable lead over Justin Wilson. He is poised to win his first IndyCar race since the 2008 season, when he won his first IndyCar race in the first … Continue reading Rahal Wins at Texas by 0.0080 Seconds Over Hinchcliffe

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

Kanaan Tops 1st Iowa Practice

Photo Credit: indycar.com Chip Ganassi Racing’s Tony Kanaan, who drives a Chevrolet-powered car, topped the time charts in the 1st practice session for this weekend’s Verizon IndyCar Series race around the 4-turn 0.894-mile D-shaped Iowa Speedway oval in Newton, Iowa with a lap speed of 186.902 miles per hour. The fastest driver of a Honda-powered car was Ryan Hunter-Reay, who was 9th fastest on the speed charts. Drivers of the Chevrolet-powered cars … Continue reading Kanaan Tops 1st Iowa Practice