Posts Tagged ‘Target Chip Ganassi Racing’
Yesterday’s announcement of Dario Franchitti’s retirement drew emotions and laud from all corners of the IndyCar community. Here, the team at More Front Wing throws our hats into the ring in celebration of his legendary career.
[TCGR PR] A storied career comes to a potentially premature close as three-time Indianapolis 500 Winner and four-time IndyCar Series Champion Dario Franchitti announces that he will be unable to continue racing.
Click here to read IndyCar’s official race report for race 1 at the Shell and Pennzoil Grand Prix of Houston, including quotes from much of the field.
Earlier today, Chip Ganassi Racing confirmed that the team has signed Tony Kanaan to compete in a fourth entry in 2014 that will be sponsored by NTT Data. Click here to find a selection of quotes from the media availability following the announcement.
[CGR PR] In a press conference Friday at the Shell and Pennzoil Grand Prix of Houston, Chip Ganassi Racing confirmed an expansion to four cars to welcome Tony Kanaan to the team and announced a move to Chevrolet powerplants for the 2014 season.
Steph offers a rundown of the results posted by IZOD IndyCar Series regulars in GRAND-AM’s 51st Rolex 24 at Daytona.
[TCGR PR] The No. 10 Target Honda of four-time and defending INDYCAR Champion and two-time Indianapolis 500 Winner Dario Franchitti will change to the No. 50 for the 96th running of the Indianapolis 500 in honor of Target’s 50th anniversary.
Paul in joined by IMS Radio Network anchor Mike King to preview the IZOD IndyCar Series Season Finale at Las Vegas Motor Speedway.
One of the greatest rivalries in INDYCAR today is, on the surface, non-existent. But Scott Dixon has only one competitor who he has yet to properly defeat: his own teammate.
More Front Wing is proud to profile the individuals who work behind the scenes to keep the IZOD IndyCar Series on track. This latest installment of Featured Team Member profiles Ricky Davis, Chief Mechanic for Target Chip Ganassi Racing.
Paul looks back at some of the major storylines coming out of last weekend’s Indianapolis 500.
Paul and ESPN.com motorsports writer John Oreovicz discuss last weekend’s Indianapolis 500 and whether former INDYCAR CEO Tony George should have role in the current INDYCAR administration.