Chip Ganassi Racing’s Scott Dixon had a fantastic 2020 NTT IndyCar Series season, winning the season opening Genesys 300 at Texas Motor Speedway, the Iceman also took victory at the GMR Grand Prix of Indianapolis presented by AMR while also taking victory in race one of the REV Group Grand Prix of Road America.

Felix Rosenqvist took his maiden NTT IndyCar Series victory in race 2 of the REV Group Grand Prix of Road America.

Dixon went on to take victory in Gateway race one meaning the New Zealander has amassed 50 career NTT IndyCar Series race wins and claimed his sixth championship victory.

Dixon was in contention to win his second Indianapolis 500 in August only to come up short ending the race in second place behind winner Takuma Sato.

The Iceman who is now the most successful active IndyCar driver goes into the 2021 season aiming to win his seventh championship.

Chip Ganassi Racing returned to running a three car team full-time team in 2020 with Marcus Ericsson joining Felix Rosenqvist and Scott Dixon. In 2021, Ganassi will be aiming for even more success with the addition of a fourth car full-time as seven time Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series champion Jimmie Johnson joins the NTT IndyCar Series for the round and street course races making his race debut in the Firestone Grand Prix of St Petersburg.

Tony Kanaan returns to the team as he will share the No.48 Carvana Honda with Johnson for the three oval races including the 105th running of the Indianapolis 500 presented by Gainbridge on May 30.

Alex Palou has also joined the team to drive the No.10 NTT DATA Honda in place of Felix Rosenqvist who moved to Arrow McLaren SP.

Chip Ganassi Racing’s 30th Anniversary year in 2020 was great but they have all the ingredients necessary to add to that success in 2021.


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