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  • F2's Armstrong to help fill Johnson's Indycar seat
    • F2's Armstrong to help fill Johnson's Indycar seat
    Marcus Armstrong has been named the fourth IndyCar driver in the Chip Ganassi Racing lineup and will pilot the No. 11 next season on road and street courses....2022
  • • Breaking: Jimmie Johnson to obtain ownership stake within Petty GMS; will drive select races
    It didn’t take long for the seven-time Cup winner Jimmie Johnson to be back in NASCAR as a new deal is being finalized.    Johnson retired from full-time Cup racing at the end of the 2020 season. He switched from NASCAR to IndyCar in 2021 and drove the #48 Honda for Chip Ganassi Racing in … Breaking: Jimmie Johnson to obtain ownership stake within Petty GMS; will drive select races ...2022
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  • McLaren signs Kanaan from Ganassi for Indy 500
    • McLaren signs Kanaan from Ganassi for Indy 500
    Arrow McLaren SP has signed driver Tony Kanaan and a sponsor away from Chip Ganassi Racing ahead of the next Indianapolis 500....2022
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  • • Sebastien Bourdais Quickest in Petit Le Mans Practice
    Chip Ganassi Racing swept all three practice sessions for the Motul Petit Le Mans, but it was Sebastien Bourdais who was the fastest of all....2022
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  • • Common Sense Prevails in Alex Palou-CGR IndyCar Drama
    Finally, after almost two months of back-and-forth with lawsuits filed by both sides, common sense has finally won in the case of Alex Palou and Chip Ganassi Racing....2022
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  • Palou stays in No. 10 after peace found with CGR
    • Palou stays in No. 10 after peace found with CGR
    Alex Palou will remain with Chip Ganassi Racing next season in an agreement that allows the one-time IndyCar champion to test Formula One with McLaren, and Felix Rosenqvist will keep his seat in a pair of resolutions to a wild silly season....2022
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  • IndyCar's Palou vows he'll be at McLaren in 2023
    • IndyCar's Palou vows he'll be at McLaren in 2023
    IndyCar champion Alex Palou, who has contracts signed with two different race teams for 2023 and is being sued by Chip Ganassi Racing, says he will be a McLaren driver in 2023....2022
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  • Ganassi sues champ Palou over contract dispute
    • Ganassi sues champ Palou over contract dispute
    The fight over IndyCar champion Alex Palou is headed to court as Chip Ganassi Racing filed a lawsuit in Indiana against the Spanish driver who is attempting to leave the team at the end of the season....2022
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  • Ganassi sues champ Palou over contract disupte
    • Ganassi sues champ Palou over contract disupte
    The fight over IndyCar champion Alex Palou is headed to court as Chip Ganassi Racing filed a civil lawsuit in Indiana against the Spanish driver who is attempting to leave the team at the end of the season....2022
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  • Palou: Wasn't lying about being happy at Ganassi
    • Palou: Wasn't lying about being happy at Ganassi
    IndyCar champion Alex Palou insisted Friday he wasn't lying last month when he told The Associated Press he was happy driving for Chip Ganassi Racing, wasn't talking to any other teams, and was set to return to the No. 10 next season....2022
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  • Palou plans to join McLaren, refutes CGR return
    • Palou plans to join McLaren, refutes CGR return
    Defending IndyCar champion Alex Palou says he's leaving Chip Ganassi Racing after this season....2022
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  • • Alex Palou Joining McLaren in 2023
    Alex Palou’s announcement comes hours after Chip Ganassi Racing revealed it was extending its contract with Palou....2022
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  • • Controversy Surrounds IndyCar Champ Palou’s Future
    By John Sturbin | Senior Writer RacinToday.com Alex Palou’s INDYCAR future morphed into a battle of competing team news releases Tuesday, with Chip Ganassi Racing and McLaren Racing both claiming they have the reigning NTT IndyCar Series ......2022
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  • • McLaren Adds Champ Palou To Stable of Drivers
    By John Sturbin | Senior Writer RacinToday.com The latest addition to McLaren Racing’s expanded/revamped driver lineup for 2023 is an open-wheel champion. Spaniard Alex Palou, the reigning NTT IndyCar Series champ with Chip Ganassi Racing, will drive ......2022
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Chip Ganassi Racing injury and suspension

  • Sweden's Ericsson secures victory at Indy 500
    • Sweden's Ericsson secures victory at Indy 500
    After a crash back in traffic brought out the caution flag, Sweden's Marcus Ericsson, representing Chip Ganassi Racing, coasted to the victory podium under yellow at the Indianapolis 500 on Sunday....2022
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  • • NASCAR: The other team Kyle Larson could’ve driven for
    Hendrick Motorsports weren’t the only team interested in signing Kyle Larson for his return to the NASCAR Cup Series in the 2021 season. When Kyle Larson was suspended by NASCAR and fired by Chip Ganassi Racing two years ago today after multiple sponsors cut ties with him over his use of a racial slur during […] NASCAR: The other team Kyle Larson could’ve driven for - Beyond the ...2022
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  • Hendrick: Larson believes he can drive and win
    • Hendrick: Larson believes he can drive and win "in anything"
    Larson, 28, was indefinitely suspended from NASCAR and fired from Chip Ganassi Racing in March 2020 for using a racial slur over the radio during a public iRacing event.He sat out the remainder of the 2020 season, with a return to NASCAR never a certainty. After fulfilling the requirements by NASCAR to lift his suspension, Hendrick Motorsports opted to add Larson to its four-driver Cup team ...Kee...2021
  • Hendrick: Larson believes he can drive and win 'in anything'
    • Hendrick: Larson believes he can drive and win 'in anything'
    Larson, 28, was indefinitely suspended from NASCAR and fired from Chip Ganassi Racing in March 2020 for using a racial slur over the radio during a public iRacing event.He sat out the remainder of the 2020 season, with a return to NASCAR never a certainty. After fulfilling the requirements by NASCAR to lift his suspension, Hendrick Motorsports opted to add Larson to its four-driver Cup team ...Kee...2021
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  • • Kurt Busch sidelined early after Stage 1 crash at Richmond
    Playoff driver Kurt Busch was sidelined early in Saturday night’s NASCAR Cup Series race at Richmond Raceway, exiting after a crash in Stage 1 of the Federated Auto Parts 400 Salute to First Responders. RELATED: Race leaderboard | At-track photos Busch had led four laps in the early going, with his Chip Ganassi Racing substitute […]...2021
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  • Kyle Larson relishes his position after 'crazy couple years'
    • Kyle Larson relishes his position after 'crazy couple years'
    He had been fired by Chip Ganassi Racing and suspended by NASCAR after using a racial slur during an iRacing event in April 2020.Without the ability to compete in NASCAR, Larson spent much of the 2020 season competing in dirt track races across the country.By October 2020, NASCAR had spelled out a plan for Larson’s eventual reinstatement – which he completed – and later that month ...Keep reading...2021
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  • Two NASCAR Cup Series crew chiefs suspended for lug nut issues
    • Two NASCAR Cup Series crew chiefs suspended for lug nut issues
    This week, NASCAR handed out $70,000 in fines for lug nut violations, resulting in the suspensions of two Cup Series crew chiefs.The crew chiefs of Kurt Busch (Chip Ganassi Racing), Kyle Busch (Joe Gibbs Racing) and William Byron (Hendrick Motorsports) were all fined $10,000 for one improperly installed lug nut.However, the No. 2 car of Brad Keselowski (Team Penske) and the No. 99 of ...Keep readi...2021
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  • • One year later, NASCAR reflects on a COVID-changed sport
    The big story at Phoenix Raceway one year ago was the remarkable recovery of veteran driver Ryan Newman, who strolled around the infield sipping a soft drink just weeks after a horrific crash in the Daytona 500 had everyone fearing the worst. It was an entertaining race on a beautiful Sunday afternoon with Joey Logano holding off Kevin Harvick for his second win of the season. Kyle Larson finish...2021
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  • Las Vegas win a reminder of Kyle Larson's NASCAR promise
    • Las Vegas win a reminder of Kyle Larson's NASCAR promise
    Larson, 28, was fired from his Chip Ganassi Racing Cup Series ride last April for using a racial slur during the broadcast of an iRacing event and was also indefinitely suspended by NASCAR at the time.He was hired by Hendrick Motorsports to drive its No. 5 Chevrolet last October beginning with the 2021 season and was cleared to return to NASCAR racing activities beginning on Jan. 1.In the ...Keep ...2021
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  • Second-place Keselowski
    • Second-place Keselowski "really happy" for Vegas winner Larson
    In fact, Keselowski ran out onto the frontstretch to congratulate Kyle Larson.After being fired from Chip Ganassi Racing for using a racial slur during an iRacing event last April, Larson worked to make up for his insensitive remarks. His indefinite suspension from the sport was rescinded and he returned to NASCAR competition this year with Hendrick Motorsports.“I’m just really happy ...Keep readi...2021

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Chip Ganassi Racing trade, contract, salary rumors

  • • IndyCar's Palou vows he'll be at McLaren in 2023
    IndyCar champion Alex Palou, who has contracts signed with two different race teams for 2023 and is being sued by Chip Ganassi Racing, says he will be a McLaren driver in 2023....2022
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  • • Ganassi sues champ Palou over contract dispute
    The fight over IndyCar champion Alex Palou is headed to court as Chip Ganassi Racing filed a lawsuit in Indiana against the Spanish driver who is attempting to leave the team at the end of the season....2022
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  • • Ganassi sues champ Palou over contract disupte
    The fight over IndyCar champion Alex Palou is headed to court as Chip Ganassi Racing filed a civil lawsuit in Indiana against the Spanish driver who is attempting to leave the team at the end of the season....2022
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  • • Alex Palou Joining McLaren in 2023
    Alex Palou’s announcement comes hours after Chip Ganassi Racing revealed it was extending its contract with Palou....2022
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  • • NASCAR: Does Kurt Busch have more that two options?
    There appear to be two serious possible landing spots for Kurt Busch in the 2022 NASCAR Cup Series season as silly season heats up. Kurt Busch signed a two-year contract extension with Chip Ganassi Racing back in the 2019 NASCAR Cup Series season, making him a pending free agent this year for next season. Complicating […] NASCAR: Does Kurt Busch have more that two options? - Beyond the Flag ...2021
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  • • NASCAR: 3 possible landing spots for Kurt Busch in 2022
    Speculation is heating up about the future of Kurt Busch in the NASCAR Cup Series. Where will he end up in the 2022 season? Kurt Busch is in a contract year with Chip Ganassi Racing as the driver of the #1 Chevrolet after signing a two-year extension at the end of his first season with […] NASCAR: 3 possible landing spots for Kurt Busch in 2022 - Beyond the Flag - Beyond the Flag - Your #1 D...2021
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  • • Up to Speed: Kurt Busch Rebuilds His Career Through Longevity
    Kurt Busch’s services as a racecar driver are in high demand.  In the third and final season of his current contract with Chip Ganassi Racing, Busch is poised to be one of the biggest free agents of the upcoming offseason.  At the end of the day, he may return to CGR to run the NASCAR ... Read more...2021
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  • • NASCAR: Kurt Busch out at Chip Ganassi Racing after 2021?
    2004 NASCAR Cup Series champion Kurt Busch has not confirmed his plans for the 2022 season, but he seems to have options already. Kurt Busch is no stranger to carrying his business in his own way, and that has been no different during the 2021 NASCAR Cup Series season. Busch, who is in a contract […] NASCAR: Kurt Busch out at Chip Ganassi Racing after 2021? - Beyond the Flag - Beyond the Fla...2021
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  • • NASCAR: 3 possible landing spots for Kyle Larson in 2021
    Ex-Chip Ganassi Racing driver Kyle Larson is eyeing a comeback to the NASCAR Cup Series in 2021 after his firing. Where might he end up? Entering the 2020 NASCAR Cup Series season, we all knew that Kyle Larson was the top pending free agent on the market. But none of us saw his “free agency” […] NASCAR: 3 possible landing spots for Kyle Larson in 2021 - Beyond the Flag - Beyond t...2020
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  • • NASCAR: Kurt Busch eyeing retirement after 2021?
    Kurt Busch’s contract with Chip Ganassi Racing in the NASCAR Cup Series ends after the 2021 season, but a complete retirement from racing isn’t on his mind. In 2021, Kurt Busch will be entering the final year of a multi-year deal with Chip Ganassi Racing in the NASCAR Cup Series. In a recent interview with […] NASCAR: Kurt Busch eyeing retirement after 2021? - Beyond the Flag - B...2020
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Chip Ganassi Racing stats and results

  • • 2021 season in review: Kurt Busch
    Editor‘s Note: This continues the series of season reviews for the 2021 NASCAR Cup Series Playoffs drivers. Driver: Kurt Busch Car: No. 1 Chip Ganassi Racing, Chevrolet Camaro ZL1 Crew chief: Matt McCall Final 2021 ranking: 11th Key stats: 1 win, 6 top fives, 14 top 10s, 208 laps led How 2021 ended: The elder Busch brother struggled […]...2021
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  • • Pit-crew rosters restored for Chip Ganassi Racing at Bristol
    Chip Ganassi Racing will revert to its original pit-crew lineup for this weekend’s NASCAR Cup Series Playoffs race at Bristol Motor Speedway. RELATED: Playoff standings | Bristol weekend schedule A majority of the over-the-wall crew for the Ganassi No. 1 Chevrolet and postseason-eligible driver Kurt Busch was sidelined last weekend at Richmond Raceway because of […]...2021
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  • • Alex Palou Wins in Portland, Retakes INDYCAR Point Lead
    Alex Palou won Sunday’s (Sept. 12) Grand Prix of Portland to claim his third win of 2021 and regain the NTT IndyCar Series points lead in the process. Alexander Rossi finished second with Palou’s Chip Ganassi Racing teammate and fellow championship contender Scott Dixon taking the final podium spot. Both Palou and Dixon suffered a ... Read more...2021
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  • • NASCAR: How Denny Hamlin could still miss the playoffs
    Denny Hamlin has led the NASCAR Cup Series point standings after 20 straight races, but he could still technically miss the playoffs. After Chip Ganassi Racing’s Kurt Busch secured his first win of the 2021 NASCAR Cup Series season at Atlanta Motor Speedway last Sunday afternoon, the list of different winners through the first 21 […] NASCAR: How Denny Hamlin could still miss the playof...2021
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  • • Kurt Busch wins battle of brothers, scores first victory of the season at Atlanta
    Kurt Busch grasped his first win of the NASCAR Cup Series season Sunday, holding off brother Kyle in the late going at Atlanta Motor Speedway. Kurt Busch powered the No. 1 Chip Ganassi Racing Chevrolet to his fourth win at the 1.54-mile Georgia track, marking the 33rd victory of his Cup Series career. He led […]...2021
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  • • 'Shake and bake!' Ganassi teamwork, Chastain assist foil Kyle Busch's Atlanta bid
    A Chip Ganassi Racing operation that’s about to transform next season showed it still has some spiffy teamwork left in the tank Sunday at Atlanta Motor Speedway, much to Kyle Busch’s dismay. RELATED: Unofficial results | At-track photos Kurt Busch outlasted Kyle in a battle of brothers in Sunday’s Quaker State 400, helped by a […]...2021
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  • • Next five weeks could make or break Kurt Busch’s 2021 season
    Sixteen drivers will make the cut to become eligible for a shot at the NASCAR Cup Series championship with that cut set to be made following the Coke Zero Sugar 400 at Daytona International Speedway seven weeks from now. Drivers who have won a race up to that point in the season will make the cut along with those highest in points who haven’t won until all sixteen spots are filled. If the NA...2021
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  • • Hendrick GM: Owe Chip Ganassi Racing ‘Big Apology’ After Coke 600 Engine Problems
    Hendrick Motorsports’ General Manager issued a public “big apology” to Chip Ganassi Racing on Friday (June 4) for the mechanical failures that resulted in CGR’s two Cup cars finishing in the last two spots of Sunday’s (May 30) Coca-Cola 600. Ganassi is part of a technical alliance with Hendrick. While Hendrick Motorsports won the race ... Read more...2021
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  • • Ross Chastain, Kurt Busch place Chip Ganassi Racing in top 10 at Sonoma
    Chip Ganassi Racing pulled off quite the turnaround within a week. After filling the bottom two spots last weekend at Charlotte Motor Speedway, Kurt Busch and Ross Chastain both rallied back with top-10 finishes Sunday at Sonoma Raceway. Both times, the two Chevrolets were listed back-to-back on the results sheet. “A good day for both […]...2021
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  • Palou scores IndyCar win; Johnson 19th in debut
    • Palou scores IndyCar win; Johnson 19th in debut
    Alex Palou celebrated his move to Chip Ganassi Racing with his first career IndyCar victory Sunday at Barber Motorsports Park, while seven-time NASCAR champion Jimmie Johnson was satisfied with his 19th-place finish in his IndyCar debut....2021
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Chip Ganassi Racing parents, kids, wife / husband, girlfriend / boyfriend

  • • NASCAR Cup: DC Solar raided by FBI
    The FBI conducted dual raids of DC Solar Solutions headquarters in Benicia, Calif., and the home of its CEO Jeff Carpoff in Martinez, Calif., according to a report by the San Jose Mercury News. DC Solar is a primary sponsor of Chip Ganassi Racing. “The Carpoff family was surprised and disappointed with the actions taken by the government earlier this week, which appear to relate to an ongoing tax ...2018
  • • NXS: Brad Keselowski earns his first win at Darlington Raceway after Chastain and Harvick tangle
    DARLINGTON, S.C. — Brad Keselowski won the Sports Clips Haircuts VFW 200 for his first victory at Darlington Raceway. He won the 167 lap race by 0.738 seconds over NASCAR Xfinity regular Cole Custer. Chastain won both the first and second stage in his debut race with Chip Ganassi Racing. When the race restarted for the third and final stage Chastain was tasked with holding off Brad Keselowski. On...2018
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  • • John Hunter Nemechek Inks Part-Time Deal with Ganassi XFINITY Team
    John Hunter Nemechek plans on moving up from the NASCAR Camping World Truck Series to the NASCAR XFINITY Series in 2018 — at least part-time. Nemechek, a five-time Truck Series race winner, will split time in the No. 42 Chip Ganassi Racing Chevrolet with Kyle Larson. It’s unknown exactly how many races Nemechek will compete in, but he’ll bring sponsorship from Fire Alarm Services. “I couldn’t be m...2017
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  • • Kyle Larson outduels Chase Elliott to claim crucial Cup win at Michigan
    Kyle Larson won Sunday's Pure Michigan 400 at Michigan International Speedway, claiming the first NASCAR Sprint Cup Series win of his season and his career and outdueling Chase Elliott to do so.Larson not only won the race in his No. 42 Chip Ganassi Racing Chevrolet but also punched his ticket for the NASCAR Chase for the Sprint Cup playoffs.An emotional Larson said in Victory Lane that he was ded...2016
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  • • Stenhouse to Honor Clauson with Special Paint Scheme
    Ricky Stenhouse, Jr. often called Bryan Clauson one of his best friends, and the NASCAR Sprint Cup driver will pay tribute to his fallen friend with a special paint scheme similar to the one Clauson raced during the 2008 NASCAR XFINITY Series season. “It will be a huge honor to run the same Fastenal scheme that Bryan raced in 2008,” Stenhouse said. “This past week has been difficult for many but i...2016
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  • • Family of late Chip Ganassi Racing car chief Ryan Shea creates GoFundMe account
    The family of the late Ryan Shea has set up a GoFundMe account to help out his wife and children following his unexpected passing....2016
  • • NSCS: Mears Leads Mid-Majors At Daytona With Contending Finish
    DAYTONA BEACH, Fla. — Casey Mears has had his moments in his 12-year long stint in the NASCAR Sprint Cup Series. He started with Chip Ganassi Racing in 2003, managed to win a pole at the Indianapolis Motor Speedway in 2004 (a track where his famous uncle Rick won the Indianapolis 500 four times), and was able to extend the fuel mileage just enough to claim the World 600 at Charlotte Motor Speedway...2015
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  • • Top 31 Moments: No. 21 -- Jamie McMurray's $1 million All-Star win
    Editor's note: For the month of December, FOXSports.com will count down 31 moments that defined the 2014 NASCAR Sprint Cup Series season. This is No. 21.   Jamie McMurray has always been at his best on big stages.   McMurray, who pilots the No. 1 Chip Ganassi Racing with Felix Sabates Chevrolet, won his first NASCAR Sprint Cup Series race in only his second start, subbing for injured veteran Sterl...2014
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Top Chip Ganassi Racing news

  • • Larson fired for using racial slur in virtual race
    Chip Ganassi Racing has fired star NASCAR driver Kyle Larson after he used N-word during a virtual race, it was announced....2020
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  • • Larson bringing back iconic Mello Yello paint scheme for Darlington
    Chip Ganassi Racing with Felix Sabates announced they're bringing back one of the most popular and iconic paint schemes of the early 1990s, as sophomore driver Kyle Larson will pilot the No. 42 Mello Yello Chevrolet at Darlington Raceway....2015
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  • • Chip Ganassi Racing had no choice but to move on from Kyle Larson and look to the future
    Credit One Bank and McDonald's cut ties with Kyle Larson on Monday, and Chip Ganassi Racing followed suit....2020
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  • • Rookie of the Year: Kyle Larson runs away with the Sprint Cup honor
    Chip Ganassi Racing driver Kyle Larson fails to win a race in his inaugural Sprint Cup season, but he's still Rookie of the Year after finishing second three times and outrunning all other first-year drivers by a long shot. That includes preseason ROY favorite Austin Dillon of Richard Childress Racing....2014
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  • • MLB pitcher wants to fight NASCAR driver Kyle Larson in UFC
    New York Mets pitcher wants to fight ex-Chip Ganassi Racing NASCAR Cup Series driver Kyle Larson in UFC over his use of a racial slur. What started as a fun night of virtual racing being live streamed on Twitch for a few thousand fans around the world turned into a nightmare for Kyle Larson, NASCAR, […] MLB pitcher wants to fight NASCAR driver Kyle Larson in UFC - Beyond the Flag - Beyond th...2020
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  • • Kyle Larson faints at autograph session, taken to hospital
    Kyle Larson, driver of the No. 42 Chevrolet for Chip Ganassi Racing with Felix Sabates, faints at an autograph session at Martinsville Speedway on Saturday and is taken to a local hospital for further evaluation. A team official tells FOXSports.com that Larson is still expected to race in Sunday's STP 500....2015
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  • • Court rules against RCR in lawsuit vs. McMurray's new crew chief
    A North Carolina court has ruled against Richard Childress Racing in its attempt to block former RCR engineer Matthew McCall from going to work as Jamie McMurray's crew chief on the No. 1 Chip Ganassi Racing with Felix Sabates Chevrolet in the NASCAR Sprint Cup Series....2015
  • • On target again: Chip Ganassi Racing captures Rolex 24 for sixth time
    Led in part by NASCAR Sprint Cup Series drivers Jamie McMurray and Kyle Larson, the Chip Ganassi Racing with Felix Sabates team wins the Rolex 24 at Daytona. It is the record sixth victory for Ganassi's organization in the 53rd running of the event....2015
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  • • Kyle Larson medically cleared to return to Sprint Cup competition
    Chip Ganassi Racing driver Kyle Larson will compete in the Duck Commander 500 next weekend at Texas Motor Speedway....2015
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  • • After fainting spell, Kyle Larson vows to make lifestyle changes
    Two weekends ago, Kyle Larson was sitting in a Charlotte, North Carolina hospital bed watching his No. 42 Chip Ganassi Racing with Felix Sabates Chevrolet race around Martinsville Speedway with Regan Smith behind the wheel....2015
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  • • Return of Kyle Larson highlights 46-driver Texas entry list
    After missing the most recent NASCAR Sprint Cup Series race, the STP 500 at Martinsville Speedway, after fainting the previous day, Kyle Larson returns to the seat of the No. 42 Chip Ganassi Racing with Felix Sabates Racing Chevrolet for Saturday night's Duck Commander 500 at Texas Motor Speedway...2015
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  • • Jamie McMurray describes his first stint during Rolex 24 at Daytona
    Former Daytona 500 winner Jamie McMurray has been hard at work Saturday night competing in his sixth Rolex 24 at Daytona for Chip Ganassi Racing. The NASCAR star powered the No. 02 Target/Ford EcoBoost Riley Prototype car to the third spot before giving up the seat to IndyCar star and 2013 Indianapolis 500 champion Tony Kanaan....2015
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  • • Kyle Larson leads final Sprint Cup practice at Kentucky Speedway
    After a damp day at Kentucky Speedway, NASCAR was finally able to dry the track enough to complete final practice for the Sprint Cup Series on Friday evening. Much like the day's first session, Chip Ganassi Racing with Felix Sabates driver Kyle Larson was fastest on the speed charts. Take a look at the full practice results....2015
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  • • NASCAR: Kyle Larson’s most likely 2021 landing spot revealed
    Should Kyle Larson return to the NASCAR Cup Series in the 2021 season, one potential landing spot stands out above all the rest. Just over two and a half months ago, everything was going smoothly for Kyle Larson as far as his ride with the Chip Ganassi Racing NASCAR Cup Series team was concerned, even […] NASCAR: Kyle Larson’s most likely 2021 landing spot revealed - Beyond the Flag - ...2020
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Chip Ganassi Racing fantasy rankings and news

  • • Chase For The Championship – Kenseth, Kyle Busch and McMurray
    Photo Credit: Nigel Kinrade/NKP Posted by: Dave Thompson, follow @phillyfan17 September 17, 2016 With the start of the 2016 Chase for the NASCAR Sprint Cup Series Championship set to begin this weekend at Chicagoland Speedway, the staff at MRD decided to spice things Chase up a bit this season with a little friendly competition. In typical fantasy football fashion, the staff conducted a quick dra...2016
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Chip Ganassi Racing schedule, game

  • • F2's Armstrong to help fill Johnson's Indycar seat
    2022
  • • McLaren Adds Champ Palou To Stable of Drivers
    2022
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  • Chip Ganassi Racing Rounds Out Rolex 24 Lineup With INDYCAR Drivers, Kevin Magnussen
    • Chip Ganassi Racing Rounds Out Rolex 24 Lineup With INDYCAR Drivers, Kevin Magnussen
    Chip Ganassi Racing revealed their full driver lineups Friday (Jan. 7) for this month’s Rolex 24 at Daytona.  As previously announced back in October, the No. 01 Cadillac DPi-V.R. will be shared for the full season by the returning Renger van der Zande and Sebastien Bourdais.  The new No. 02 Cadillac will be shared by ... Read more...2022
  • • Alex Palou wins 2021 IndyCar Series Championship
    LONG BEACH, CA — After winning on his Chip Ganassi Racing debut back in April, Alex Palou capped off the 2021 NTT IndyCar Series season by winning his first series championship by finishing fourth in Sunday’s (September 26th) Acura Grand Prix of Long Beach. After starting 10th, Palou managed to keep himself out of danger ... Read more...2021
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  • • Pit-crew rosters restored for Chip Ganassi Racing at Bristol
    2021
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  • • Zach’s Turn: Ross Chastain Storms Forward Without Playoff Pressure
    As his tenure with Chip Ganassi Racing nears its checkered flag, Ross Chastain has no pressure. There are no playoff expectations since his No. 42 team didn’t qualify for the postseason. There is no need to audition for a new ride, since he’s already confirmed to join Trackhouse Racing in 2022 as the driver of ... Read more...2021
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  • • Johnson has sights set on bigger, better finishes in IndyCar
    Jimmie Johnson dodged tractors and skirted around workers putting the finishing touches on the city-street track on his first laps riding a golf cart through the downtown course. Heavy machinery and employees failed to make it on the race simulator when Johnson took a seat as he tried to learn the first new street course on the IndyCar schedule in a decade. Johnson’s optimism runs high for the b...2021
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  • • Ross Chastain Moving to Trackhouse for 2022
    Ross Chastain will join Trackhouse Racing Team in the organization’s second NASCAR Cup Series car in 2022, Trackhouse announced Aug. 3. Chastain, the current full-time driver for Chip Ganassi Racing’s No. 42, will pilot the No. 1 entry starting next year. He’ll join Daniel Suarez, who pilots the No. 99 for Trackhouse in what’s currently ... Read more...2021
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  • • NASCAR: How Denny Hamlin could still miss the playoffs
    2021
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  • • Up to Speed: The One That Got Away From Sterling Marlin and Chip Ganassi Racing
    In a NASCAR season full of big surprises, Chip Ganassi was the latest person to drop a bombshell.  Ganassi revealed on Wednesday (June 30) that he would sell his NASCAR team to Justin Marks and Trackhouse Racing at the end of the year.  Although he remains a fixture in the American motorsports scene with operations ... Read more...2021
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Chip Ganassi Racing rumors, scandals

  • • Matt Kenseth a perfect choice for Ganassi
    Since Kyle Larson was removed as the driver of the Chip Ganassi Racing No. 42 there has been speculation as to who might replace the embattled former driver in that Chevrolet. On Monday that speculation was laid to rest as former NASCAR Cup Series champion Matt Kenseth was named as the new driver of that car for the remainder of the 2020 season. The 48-year-old Wisconsin native was the 2003 champi...2020
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  • • NASCAR: Ross Chastain’s Chip Ganassi Racing deal includes 2 races
    Ross Chastain is set to drive for Spire Motorsports in a car prepared by Chip Ganassi Racing in two races throughout the 2020 NASCAR Cup Series season. Confirming speculation that emerged as a result of several factors, Chip Ganassi Racing announced that Ross Chastain is set to drive for the team in two races throughout […] NASCAR: Ross Chastain’s Chip Ganassi Racing deal includes 2 ra...2020
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  • • NASCAR Cup: Jamie McMurray in Spire Motorsports car for Daytona 500
    After rampant speculation, Chip Ganassi Racing has confirmed that Jamie McMurray will, indeed, drive a No. 40 Chevrolet in the 2019 Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series season-opening Daytona 500. But the official owner of that entry won’t be CGR; instead, the car will be entered by new team Spire Motorsports, through a partnership with Chip Ganassi Racing. The Daytona 500 is the only race this season...2019
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  • • NASCAR Cup: Chip Ganassi makes Kurt Busch hiring official
    After months of speculation and rumors had Kurt Busch in the No. 1 Chip Ganassi Racing Chevrolet in place of Jamie McMurray for the 2019 Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series season, CGR made Busch’s hiring official Tuesday. Busch’s longtime sponsor, Monster Energy, will make the move with him from Stewart-Haas Racing to Chip Ganassi Racing. “I am tremendously proud to be joining Chip Ganassi Racing an...2018
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  • • Kurt Busch calls report of Ganassi move 'hearsay'
    Kurt Busch said Friday that he hasn't signed a contract with any team for 2019 amid a Motorsport.com report that Busch and sponsor Monster Energy will move to Chip Ganassi Racing, where he'd replace Jamie McMurray....2018
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  • • New Indy Car Chassis Put Through Paces At TMS
    By John Sturbin | Senior Writer RacinToday.com FORT WORTH, Texas – INDYCAR’s sleeker, slimmer and sexier universal chassis made its 1.5-mile testing debut Monday at Texas Motor Speedway, the last bastion of pack racing heading into the 2018 Verizon IndyCar Series schedule. Four-time series champion Scott Dixon of Chip Ganassi Racing and James Hinchcliffe of Schmidt Peterson [...]...2017
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  • • Martin Truex Jr. goes from journeyman to NASCAR championship favorite
    CONCORD, N.C. — Martin Truex Jr. spent almost a decade trying to climb his way into NASCAR’s top tier. He didn’t win races, never led many laps, wasn’t considered an elite driver capable of winning championships. Then suddenly, it clicked. Truex has transformed over the last two seasons from a journeyman driver into a legitimate title contender. Some might even say he’s the favorite to win this ye...2016
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  • • Michael Waltrip Racing shutting doors, Clint Bowyer free of contract
    Michael Waltrip Racing will stop running cars full time in the NASCAR Sprint Cup Series at the end of the 2015 season leaving drivers Clint Bowyer, David Ragan and 200 employees scrambling for jobs.  The announcement came Wednesday morning after weeks of speculation following co-owner Rob Kaufman’s purchase into Chip Ganassi Racing.  “I want to […]...2015
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