More Cars. More Racing. More Winning.
The driver of the No. 9 Target Chip Ganassi Racing Chevrolet will mark his 250th Indy car start, which over his 15 seasons is 14th on the all-time list.
After a rain delay of 3 hours, 34 minutes, Jamie McMurray survived an action-packed race to capture a 15th-place finish. Kyle Larson was forced to retire early and credited with a 39th place finish following a multi-car wreck on Lap 103.
Staff and patients at Florida Hospital Memorial Medical Center received a special surprise on July 2: a visit from Jamie McMurray.
Kyle Larson admits that Ganassi has at times been extremely critical. But that's not a bad thing, the 22-year-old said.
Jamie McMurray overcame an early tire issue to narrowly miss the top-10 with an 11th place finish in the Toyota/SaveMart 350. Kyle Larson had a strong run but ltimately experienced handling issues late in the race, resulting in a 15th place finish.
ALL CGRT TeamsALL CGRT Drivers
Scott Dixon wins the 99th annual Indianapolis 500 pole