The Honda Indy 200 at the Mid-Ohio car course this weekend is just business as usual for Chip Ganassi Racing and their four drivers despite the fact the announcement earlier this week that after 27 years with the Verizon IndyCar Series outfit they will leave the sport at the end of the season.
Reigning series champion Scott Dixon in the No.9 Target Chevrolet picked up on Saturday morning where he left off on Friday as the New Zealander set the fastest time with a 01:03.7244s.
Dixon is the most successful driver at the Mid-Ohio circuit having won here five times in the Verizon IndyCar Series.
Chip Ganassi Racing have more wins than any other team in the series at Mid-Ohio where they have won 11 times, Dixon is currently in fourth place on 349 points just nine behind third placed Helio Castroneves.
Dixon has secured one win so far this season taking victory at the Desert Diamond West Valley Phoenix Grand Prix.
The New Zealander also has one Verizon P1 Award which came last time out on the Streets of Toronto. Chip Ganassi Racing have secured four podium finishes so far this season with Scott Dixon in Phoenix (where he won), he also finished the Toyota Grand Prix of Long Beach in second place and was on the podium in Iowa where he finished the race in third place.
Tony Kanaan in the No.10 NTT DATA Chevrolet secured a podium finish which came at the Kohler Grand Prix at the Road America circuit where he finished the race in second place behind Will Power.
Chip Ganassi Racing have three drivers in the top ten with Scott Dixon in fourth, Tony Kanaan in sixth while Charlie Kimball is in ninth place.
Sunoco rookie and former Formula One driver Max Chilton is currently in 19th place in Verizon IndyCar Series points standings on 173 points and is third in the Sunoco Rookie of year standings with five races to go.