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Topic - Charlie Kimball
IndyCar driver Tony Kanaan showed up at NASCAR's season finale wearing a red Target hat.
Roush-Fenway Racing will field a Nationwide Series car next season for Ryan Reed with the American Diabetes Association Drive to Stop Diabetes campaign as his sponsor.
Chip Ganassi Racing added another Indianapolis 500 winner to its team Friday and dropped Honda for Chevrolet in an engine manufacturer switch that seemed to be in the works since the start of the season.
Dario Franchitti has won the pole for Sunday's IndyCar race at Sonoma Raceway.
Chip Ganassi had a plan. Of course he did. He always does.
Scott Dixon and Dario Franchitti came to Toronto with the message "Target Loves Canada" featured proudly on both their cars and their firesuits.
So much for the happy Andretti homecoming.
For the most part, IndyCar drivers enjoy racing at Iowa Speedway.
On the 10-year anniversary of his high school graduation, IndyCar Series driver Charlie Kimball doesn't regret holding off on college to pursue a career in racing.
IndyCar driver Charlie Kimball has been cleared to run Sunday's Indianapolis 500.
IndyCar driver Charlie Kimball was sick Saturday and missed the public driver meeting for the Indianapolis 500.
Profiles of the 33 drivers in Sunday's Indianapolis 500, in starting order with car number in parentheses, age, hometown, engine, race team, and biographical information (w-former winner; r-rookie):
Once again, Chip Ganassi Racing will start the Indianapolis 500 packed close together.
The Indianapolis Colts quarterbacks were a bit late for their visit to Indianapolis Motor Speedway. Blame Matt Hasselbeck.
The IndyCar Series has long been dominated by three powerhouse teams, leaving those outside Andretti, Ganassi and Penske fighting for scraps.