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Chip Ganassi Racing to downsize from four to two cars in 2018

Chip Ganassi Racing will halve its number of cars in IndyCar next year, after downsizing from four to two entries. Scott Dixon will pilot the No. 9 car, while a yet-to-be determined driver will climb aboard the No. 10 machine, in turn confirming Tony Kanaan’s exit. Ganassi has not fielded just two cars since 2010, having run Charlie Kimball since 2011 and Max Chilton since 2016, with both drivers poised to leave the operation. “This decision was based on the fact that we felt we needed to get back to our core business of running two championship-calibre teams,” explained Ganassi. “It was a tough decision to make as it affects a lot of people. “With news like...
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