Juan Pablo Montoya needed a change. Penske Racing needed a spark. Together, their goals are aligned: to derail the Ganassi IndyCar juggernaut.
The first crew chief change of the NASCAR offseason came Monday when Chip Ganassi Racing made a move for Jamie McMurray.
Sam Hornish Jr. crossed off every goal in IndyCar before leaving the series for NASCAR.
In the six years Dario Franchitti had been driving for Chip Ganassi, he had only phoned his boss once from his home in Scotland.
Chip Ganassi is making another manufacturer switch, taking his sports car program to Ford to run the new EcoBoost engine package next year.
Scott Dixon has won the IndyCar championship, using a fifth-place finish at Auto Club Speedway to deny Helio Castroneves his first title.
Four-time series champion Sebastien Bourdais has signed a two-year deal with KVSH Racing to replace Indianapolis 500 winner Tony Kanaan.
Three-time Indianapolis 500 winner Dario Franchitti has undergone another surgery on his broken right ankle.
Three-time Indianapolis 500 winner Dario Franchitti was released from a Houston hospital Thursday, four days after fracturing his spine and breaking his right ankle in an IndyCar Series crash.
Dario Franchitti's last-lap crash, Scott Dixon's points windfall and Helio Castroneves' misery highlighted the IndyCar Series' pivotal doubleheader weekend at Houston.
Scott Dixon won the first race of the Houston Grand Prix on a disastrous day for Penske Racing and IndyCar championship leader Helio Castroneves.
Chip Ganassi Racing signs Tony Kanaan, reveals that team is switching from Honda to Chevrolet engines beginning in 2014.
The Associated Press has learned that Indianapolis 500 winner Tony Kanaan will not return to KV Racing next season and is finalizing a deal to join Chip Ganassi Racing.
Juan Pablo Montoya is leaving NASCAR for a return to IndyCar, where he'll drive for Chip Ganassi rival Roger Penske.
Kyle Larson has been tapped to replace Juan Pablo Montoya in the No. 42 car at Earnhardt Ganassi Racing.
Earnhardt Ganassi Racing's decision not to re-sign Juan Pablo Montoya likely came down to two factors: lack of results on the track and the abundance of available talent.