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By Andrew P. Napolitano
Obama's veil of secrecy is pierced
Topic - Chip Ganassi
Dario Franchitti found a spot on the Chip Ganassi Racing timing stand and settled in for the first IndyCar practice of the season. He donned a headset, listened carefully to Tony Kanaan's comments and studied the speed charts.
In a story Jan. 17 about driver Juan Pablo Montoya, The Associated Press misspelled the first name of NASCAR team owner Chip Ganassi.
DAYTONA BEACH, Fla. (AP) — Chip Ganassi and Roger Penske have both tweaked their team names headed into the 2014 seasons.
IndyCar driver Tony Kanaan showed up at NASCAR's season finale wearing a red Target hat.
There's a handmade Colombian flag hanging inside Juan Pablo Montoya's motorhome that was given to him by a fan several weeks ago.
With a chance to start over and maybe drive in any series he wanted, Juan Pablo Montoya thought long and hard about what mattered most at this stage of his career.
No matter what kind of car he's in next year, Juan Pablo Montoya is eager to start winning again.
Juan Pablo Montoya, one of the most decorated drivers in the world with an Indianapolis 500 victory and wins in Formula One, NASCAR and the Rolex 24 Hours of Daytona, will not have a chance to find success in NASCAR with longtime team owner Chip Ganassi.
Four consecutive Honda wins has the engine manufacturer feeling much better about the IndyCar season and its relationship with longtime partner Chip Ganassi.
When Jamie McMurray took a break from testing at Indianapolis and walked over with a smile, it seemed fitting.
Juan Pablo Montoya has had 218 chances to win on an oval in NASCAR. He coughed up two legitimate opportunities to win at Indianapolis, and probably never had a realistic shot at Victory Lane in the others.
The kid is human after all.
Charlie Kimball believed he was headed to his first podium finish in IndyCar when a mechanical failure ended his day 10 laps short of the finish at Baltimore last season. Furious when he got out of the car, a young fan suffering from diabetes gave Kimball some perspective.
A new champion, improved racing, at least two top team owners calling for harmony for the sake of the series _ IndyCar wrapped up a very trying year with a successful final weekend.
The decision to stay with Andretti Autosport apparently came down to loyalty for Ryan Hunter-Reay.
Ganassi said he told Mark Miles, CEO of Hulman & Company, "there's a lot of baggage that comes with that idea that I'm not sure anybody wants to carry.
But if he does, he said it would be for Indy Lights champion Sage Karam.