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Column: Palou persevering through Ganassi contract chaos | Auto Racing

NASHVILLE, Tenn. (AP) — The conversation, if one could even call it that, might not have lasted even 10 seconds. It was more of an exchange between Chip Ganassi, who took a moment to congratulate Alex Palou, the driver he is suing because the IndyCar champion is trying to leave his team at the end …

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Felix Rosenqvist clarifies contract situation with McLaren | Auto Racing

The strange motorsports silly season has knocked IndyCar driver Felix Rosenqvist into limbo, with the Swede now desperately trying to hold onto his current seat and avoid being shipped to McLaren Racing’s new Formula E team. McLaren and Rosenqvist said in June they’d agreed to a deal in which Rosenqvist would either return in 2023 …

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From NASCAR to IndyCar to Formula One, Miami has a great history when it comes to motorsports

When the lights turn off and the 20-car Formula One field hammers its way into the first turn of Sunday’s Miami Grand Prix (2 pm ET, ABC), it will mark the official South Florida debut of Earth’s biggest motorsports series. But it will not be the first race with “Grand Prix” and “Miami” in the …

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Drama, team in-fighting and hot tempers are making IndyCar must-see TV

The NTT IndyCar Series reached the halfway point of the season Sunday, and here’s how things stand after the Honda Indy 200 at the Mid-Ohio Sports Car Course: There’s more heat under the helmets than under the engine covers. Roman Grosjean was sorry about bumping Andretti Autosport teammate Colton Herta in the keyhole corner. But …

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IndyCar: The Palou contract mess isn’t the first time Chip Ganassi has been down this road

In August of 2008, Mike Hull, Managing Director of Chip Ganassi Racing, got a call from his boss about one of the team’s drivers, Dan Wheldon. “You’re not going to believe this: Dan has decided he doesn’t want to drive our car next year,” Ganassi reportedly told the stunned Hull. The team had offered Wheldon …

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IndyCar: If you’d have bet on a guy named Scott from New Zealand to finish 1-2, you’d have won

If you placed a prop bet on Sunday’s Big Machine Music City Grand Prix in Nashville and predicted the winner and runner-up would both have first names of Scott and both would be New Zealand natives, you probably would have broken the bank. But that’s what happened, as Kiwi countrymen Scott Dixon and Scott McLaughlin …

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