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Carlin to Field Full-time IndyCar Entries for Charlie Kimball, Max Chilton in 2018

Carlin will move into the Verizon IndyCar Series next season and field two full-time entries for Charlie Kimball and Max Chilton. Kimball and Chilton competed with Chip Ganassi Racing last season, but the team has downsized from four full-time cars to two. Ganassi decided Scott Dixon and Ed Jones would …

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2017 INDYCAR Team Review: AJ Foyt Racing

For the second consecutive year, AJ Foyt Racing went separate ways with both of its drivers during the offseason. The team has signed former champion Tony Kanaan and IndyCar Series rookie Matheus Leist for 2018, leaving Conor Daly and Carlos Munoz to look for opportunities elsewhere. Munoz and Daly finished …

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Chip Ganassi: Danica Patrick Deal “Probably Not Going to Happen”

It appears Danica Patrick won’t race for Chip Ganassi Racing in the Daytona 500 or Indianapolis 500 next year. Talks have stalled between Ganassi and Patrick, according to Kickin’ The Tires. During the NASCAR championship weekend at Homestead-Miami Speedway, team owner Chip Ganassi said having Patrick compete with the team …

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Michael Shank Racing Announces 2018 Programs

On Friday morning, Michael Shank Racing announced two separate racing programs for the 2018 season at the PRI Trade Show in Indianapolis.  For the Verizon IndyCar Series, the team announced a part-time effort in partnership with Schmidt Peterson Motorsports.  Meanwhile, the team’s two-car program in the IMSA WeatherTech SportsCar Championship …

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Chip Ganassi Racing Signs Ed Jones to Partner Scott Dixon in 2018

On Wednesday, Chip Ganassi Racing announced that Ed Jones will join the team and drive the No. 10 NTT DATA-sponsored Dallara-Honda full-time in 2018.  Jones replaces Tony Kanaan, who has moved over to AJ Foyt Enterprises for next season. Jones is very excited for the upcoming season. “This is truly …

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Verizon Departing as IndyCar Entitlement Sponsor After 2018

Verizon will not return as entitlement sponsor following the 2018 IndyCar Series season, IndyCar CEO Mark Miles confirmed, Saturday. Verizon has been the title sponsor of the series since 2014, replacing IZOD, a deal that was also four years. Miles said the five-season partnership was a benefit for both Verizon …

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