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Kurt Busch signs multi-year extension with Ganassi

Kurt Busch and Monster Energy are extending their stay with Chip Ganassi Racing in the NASCAR Cup Series.

The best IMSA driver without a ride for 2020 is…

How does an IMSA WeatherTech SportsCar Championship racer who was arguably the best in class in 2019 – and whose erstwhile engineer ranks him with two modern-day IndyCar legends – end up still seeking a ride for 2020 as we head into November? David Malsher makes the case for Richard Westbrook.

How F1 outcast Ericsson secured one of IndyCar's top seats Prime

How F1 outcast Ericsson secured one of IndyCar's top seats

Marcus Ericsson almost had a deja vu moment when his IndyCar future became as uncertain as his final Formula 1 season with Sauber. But he's bounced back by securing a seat at one of IndyCar's biggest teams. Here's the inside story of Ericsson's 2019.

Logano wins Stage 1 in two-lap shootout at Kansas

Joey Logano rallied from two laps down to become the surprise winner of Stage 1 at Kansas Speedway.

Newgarden: Aeroscreen felt “kind of normal” in first test

Josef Newgarden says he grew accustomed to IndyCar’s aeroscreen after just 30-40 laps of Richmond Raceway, as he and Scott Dixon began testing at the 0.75-mile oval which returns to the NTT IndyCar Series in 2020.

Briscoe hails one of Ford’s best performances in GT swansong

Ryan Briscoe, who finished GT Le Mans class runner-up at Petit Le Mans along with fulltime teammate Richard Westbrook and endurance partner Scott Dixon, believes the Chip Ganassi Racing squad “did everything right” at Road Atlanta.

Ganassi signs Ericsson for 2020 IndyCar season

Chip Ganassi Racing will enter a third IndyCar next season as Marcus Ericsson joins fellow Swedish series sophomore Felix Rosenqvist and five-time champion Scott Dixon.

Ford GT key players reveal favorite memories as program ends

Some of the main players from Chip Ganassi Racing’s Ford GT program share their best moments from the four-year campaign that will wind down this weekend at Petit Le Mans.

Power: After a day “you’d feel naked” without aeroscreen

Will Power says that after just a day of testing IndyCar’s new aeroscreen along with Scott Dixon, he’s so accustomed to the Red Bull Advanced Technologies-developed device that he would feel “naked” were it removed.

IndyCar aeroscreen makes on-track debut at IMS

Will Power and Scott Dixon have started testing the Red Bull Advanced Technologies-developed Aeroscreen at Indianapolis Motor Speedway.

Rosenqvist channelled "anger" for strong Laguna finish

Felix Rosenqvist admits he channelled his "anger" over his treatment at the hands of the NTT IndyCar Series' stewards into a strong finish in last weekend's Laguna Seca season finale.

Rosenqvist slams stewards for “really unfair” decision

Felix Rosenqvist has slammed IndyCar race officials as “maybe having something against me” after his two fastest times from qualifying were deleted, resulting in him starting the final round at Laguna Seca from the back of the grid, despite setting the fastest time in his session.

Rosenqvist: “IndyCar is the toughest beast yet”

Chip Ganassi Racing rookie Felix Rosenqvist says that the Dallara-Honda he’s been driving this year is the most difficult car he’s needed to master in his astonishingly varied career.

Returning Rosenqvist to run Monster livery at Gateway

Chip Ganassi Racing-Honda’s Felix Rosenqvist has been medically cleared to race at Gateway’s World Wide Technology Raceway this weekend following his involvement in the Pocono shunt, and his #10 entry will run Monster Energy livery for the first time.

Rosenqvist "lucky" to avoid injury in huge Pocono crash

Chip Ganassi Racing IndyCar driver Felix Rosenqvist admits he was "lucky" to come away with no serious injuries in a violent pile-up during Sunday's ABC Supply 500 at Pocono Raceway.

Kyle Larson out-duels Chase Elliott for Stage 1 win at Bristol

Kyle Larson won a back-and-forth battle with Chase Elliott over the final three laps to take the Stage 1 victory at Bristol.

Rosenqvist: Ganassi 'trusted me' not to take out Dixon

Felix Rosenqvist says his Chip Ganassi Racing team trusted him not to take out teammate Scott Dixon as the pair fought for victory in the closing stages of the Honda Indy 200 at Mid-Ohio.

Dixon admits "bad choices" left him vulnerable to Rosenqvist

Scott Dixon admits that "bad choices" on tire strategy left him vulnerable to a late attack from Chip Ganassi Racing teammate Felix Rosenqvist in last weekend's Honda Indy 200 at Mid-Ohio.

Mid-Ohio IndyCar: Dixon beats charging Rosenqvist, Newgarden spins

Scott Dixon on worn tires held off Chip Ganassi Racing-Honda teammate Felix Rosenqvist by less than a tenth of a second to score his sixth Mid-Ohio win, the 46th of his career, while a final lap spin for Josef Newgarden closed up the championship battle.

Dixon: Pagenaud had “ridiculous” speed advantage in Toronto

Scott Dixon is puzzled by the setup differences that left him struggling to gain ground on eventual winner Simon Pagenaud without the aid of traffic in yesterday’s Honda Indy Toronto.

Kurt Busch out-duels brother Kyle on last lap to win Kentucky

With smoke pouring from a tire rub, Kurt Busch out-dueled his younger brother, Kyle, on the final lap to win at Kentucky Speedway.

Kurt Busch derailed by 'one random lightning bolt' at Daytona

A split-second pit decision followed by an unexpected lightning strike combined to snooker Kurt Busch out of a chance at victory at Daytona.

Ford can't blame BoP for lack of IMSA title - Westbrook

Ford shouldn't point to Balance of Performance for its failure to have won the title in IMSA WeatherTech SportsCar Championship's GT Le Mans class, believes Richard Westbrook.

Rosenqvist, Dixon relieved by Ganassi's “well-executed race”

Reigning IndyCar champion Scott Dixon and his rookie teammate Felix Rosenqvist were proud of their recovery drives to fifth and sixth after a problematic qualifying session and then a clash for Dixon on the opening lap that sent him to the back of the field.