Chip Ganassi Racing Managing Director Mike Hull has confirmed to Paddock Eye that the big announcement from the Verizon IndyCar Series team and their driver Scott Dixon will have gravity.
Team owner Chip Ganassi, Managing Director Mike Hull and driver of the No.9 Honda, Scott Dixon, fresh from a trip back to New Zealand for a few days will all be in attendance at a press conference on Tuesday at the Indianapolis Motor Speedway museum.
Hull went on to say that IndyCar’s value is rising. It is all change at Chip Ganassi Racing for the 2018 season with the outfit moving from a four back to a two car operation.
Former Dale Coyne Racing driver Ed Jones who won the 2017 Sunoco rookie of the year award has joined Scott Dixon at Ganassi.
Chip Ganassi’s former driver Charlie Kimball and Max Chilton have joined the new Chevrolet powered Carlin Racing team while Tony Kanaan has joined AJ Foyt Racing.
Paddock Eye will have all the reaction from the BIG ANNOUNCEMENT on Tuesday evening.