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Ganassi's Hull: 'We like drivers that don't need to be taught how to win'

How did Chip Ganassi Racing arrive at signing Ed Jones to replace Tony Kanaan in the No. 10 Honda? Let CGR managing director Mike Hull (pictured at left, above) explain the process. "Ed was on our list at the very beginning, our search committee list," he told RACER. "We were not only impressed this year with what he did in an Indy car and how he conducted himself, but also in studying his background, and where he came from before he drove Indy cars, we know that he won in Formula 3 multiple times under pressure, in the European series and the British series. "We look at drivers in how they performed in their former life. We like drivers that don't need to be taught how...
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