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Topic - Mike Hull
Chip Ganassi's team prepared three different sets of cars in three days, then had to find speed overnight when qualifying didn't go well.
Scott Dixon expects to be fined by IndyCar for calling for race director Beaux Barfield to be fired following a second consecutive frustrating race that affected his championship chances.
Off the podium a year ago, Chip Ganassi Racing returned to the Rolex 24 at Daytona determined to collect another victory watch.
"I think the biggest thing about racing at Indianapolis is two things: patience and you have to make all of your decisions with a lack of ego," Hull said. "If you do those things right, you give yourself the opportunity to win the race."
"I think it is easy to get behind," said Mike Hull, Ganassi's managing director. "I think as good as you might think you are in terms of being prepared for all of the eventualities that could happen to you, it's all in the recovery. That's what racing is."