The Verizon IndyCar Series have penalized the No.9 Chip Ganassi Racing Honda driven by Scott Dixon for three violations of the IndyCar Series rule book during the Kohler Grand Prix at Road America last time out, a race that was won by Dixon.

The No.9 NTT DATA Honda driven by Scott Dixon was penalized for the following violations:

  • The No. 9 car entered the track 56 seconds after the checkered flag had waved concluding the race morning warmup practice on June 25, a violation of Rule 7.2.9.1;
  • At the same time, the No. 9 car entered the pit lane from the paddock area under its own power instead of being pushed or towed to pit lane, a violation of Rule 7.9.1;
  • The No. 9 car failed to obey the direction of INDYCAR, a violation of Rule 9.3.1.7.
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