Six-time NTT IndyCar Series champion Scott Dixon driver of the No.9 PNC Bank Chip Ganassi Racing Honda says he is looking forward to working with two-time Indianapolis 500 winner Takuma Sato and seeing what he brings to the team.
Speaking on IndyCar content day, Dixon said that he has enjoyed great on track battles with Saro but is eager to have him as a teammate.
Dixon also said that there have been a number of personnel changes with the departure of his lead engineer Michael Cannon to Dale Coyne while Ross Bunnell has moved in the other direction to lead the No.9 PNC Bank crew.
The Iceman also said thstche looking forward to working with fellow Kiwi and IndyCar rookie Marcus Armstrong who will compete in road and street course events in 2023.
Dixon also confirmed that he knew for a while that Jimmie Johnson would not be returning to Ganassi full-time this season and does not expect the seven-time NASCAR Cup Series champion to contest the Indianapolis 500 this year given his new role in NASCAR.