Defending Verizon IndyCar Series champion Scott Dixon driving the No.2 Ford EcoBoost Ganassi Racing enter was left disappointed as he was unable to repeat his victory for the team from last year coming home in 7th place.

Dixon competing in his 12th Daytona 24 Hour race now turns his attention to the Verizon IndyCar Series where he will hope to be in a position to defend his title and to challenge for victory at the 100th edition of the Indianapolis 500 in May.

Dixon’s Verizon IndyCar team mate Tony Kanaan also drove in the Daytona race and took to Twitter to say:

It was not the race we expected but as part of a great team I can proudly say we NEVER give up. . Thanks .

The opening race of the Verizon IndyCar Series takes place from March 11-13 at the Firestone Grand Prix of St Petersburg in Florida.

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