An interview with Scott Dixon after he sealed the 2013 IndyCar title.
Target Chip Ganassi Racing signs the French-Canadian as the substitute driver for the inured Dario Franchitti in the IndyCar season finale
Dario Franchitti is awake and alert after his Ganassi IndyCar flew up in the air into the catch fencing.
In Race 1 of the Shell and Pennzoil Grand Prix of Houston double-header, Scott Dixon won his fourth race of the season. In the Indy Lights race, Karam took the win.
Prior to the Chevrolet announcement, Chip Ganassi announced that 2013 Indianapolis 500 Tony Kanaan will join Chip Ganassi Racing Teams in 2014.
Ganassi Racing's Scott Dixon won the Verizon P1 Award, and now is tied with Gordon Johncock for 14th on the all-time pole-winning list.
Dixon qualified the No. 9 Target Honda second as Team Target swept the front row at Sonoma Raceway.
Reigning Indy 500 winner competing for victory in second major event at IMS.
A wild weekend in Toronto is summed up by Blogger Mark Wilkinson in his "Ten Worthless Opinions" piece.
Chip Ganassi’s Scott Dixon had a near perfect weekend on the Exhibition Place street circuit in Toronto. The Kiwi leaves Canada with one pole and two race wins.
INDYCAR officials handed Dario Franchitti a 25-second penalty while he was on the podium.
The first standing start race for the IndyCar Series did not pan out but the race has exciting moments.