For 3rd Straight Year, A New Driver In The No. 10 Honda, Will Rosenqvist Make It Work, Also What Are Jones’ Chances Now?

At one point, the No. 10 Honda with Chip Ganassi Racing was one of the most coveted seats in all of racing. Between Dan Wheldon and Dario Franchitti, the car won 19 races from 2006 through 2012. It also had 61 top five finishes and 87 top 10’s in 114 starts in that time frame. Franchitti, won the 2009, 2010 and 2011 championships with it. Unfortunately, from 2013 on, that car has one win in the last 103 races. 

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Rosenqvist Joins Chip Ganassi Racing In No. 10 Honda For 2019

It’s not just NASCAR on the silly season train on Friday, the IndyCar Series jumped on board too. Chip Ganassi Racing  announced on Friday that 26-year-old Swede Felix Rosenqvist will join the team’s IndyCar Series program in the No. 10 NTT DATA Honda beginning in the 2019 season. He will team up with five-time and reigning IndyCar Series Champion, Indianapolis 500 and 44-time race winner Scott Dixon. Also, longtime partner NTT DATA has also renewed with CGR as part of a new multi-year deal to carry on as primary partner of the…

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Indy Lights Drivers Ready to Move Up, But Where Is There To Go?

INDIANAPOLIS – After what was deemed as a successful Verizon IndyCar Series test on Thursday by all three Andretti Autosport drivers as well as Ed Jones, it seems like they’re ready to move up into a full-time seat at the big stage. Dean Stoneman was the top driver in the test among Indy Lights drivers, as he also did great at Mid-Ohio too back in July. He’s the top driver on the team right now and in the hunt to win the Indy Lights championship, so he makes a logical argument to…

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Felix Rosenqvist Earns Dream Weekend With Sweeping Both Wins in Toronto

TORONTO – Yesterday, Felix Rosenqvist started on the pole for the Indy Lights race in Toronto and led all 35 laps en route to his second win of the season. Today, he started on the pole again, and this time, the Sweden native led every lap again, 45 laps in all on Sunday en route to the weekend sweep. Two poles, two race victories. It was a dream weekend for him after missing the last two race weekend, three races in total, for sports car commitments, as he really showed…

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Felix Rosenqvist Dominates En Route to 2nd Career Indy Lights Victory

TORONTO – Outside of crashing in Turn 8 at the end of yesterday’s final practice session, its been a near perfect weekend for Felix Rosenqvist. The 24-year old was quickest in the opening practice session, and was second in the final one in which he crashed in. His Belardi Racing team was able to get his No. 14 entry fixed overnight and they backed up yesterday’s performance with a pole in today’s Indy Lights Series race in Toronto. Rosenqvist, led all 35 laps and cruised to his second career victory…

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Rosenqvist/Serralles Lead Indy Lights Practices on Friday in Toronto

TORONTO – It’s a doubleheader weekend in Toronto for the Indy Lights stars, as the 14 drivers took to the 1.786-mile street circuit for the lone two practice sessions of the weekend on Friday. It’s their only time to tune up their cars before two races and a qualifying session the rest of the way, which made these two issues very interesting to say the least. In the opening session, Felix Rosenqvist, who’s missed the last two races weekend’s, paced the way with a lap of 1:08.3020-seconds in his No.…

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