NTT INDYCAR SERIES team owner Chip Ganassi says that having a NASCAR-style charter system in INDYCAR would help to solidify the smaller teams in the field.
Speaking during a media availability on Fast Friday at the Indianapolis Motor Speedway, Ganassi said he would like to see something like that in the series because he would like to see all teams in a healthy state.
Not a single team disappeared after COVID-19 after Roger Penske purchased the INDYCAR SERIES and Indianapolis Motor Speedway. We have seen the series expand with 27 full-time entries with the additional cars for Arrow McLaren and Juncos Hollinger Racing.
Speaking to Paddock Eye earlier this week, Bill Abel, the newest NTT INDYCAR SERIES team owner on the grid, said that he was delighted with the welcome that the team has received with INDYCAR SERIES President Jay Frye helping the team get into the field.
Cusick Motorsports team owner Don Cusick confirmed to Paddock Eye ahead of the start of the May festivities that his team’s aim is to be a full-time competitor in the future. Now they are laying the foundations with Stefan Wilson.