Primary sponsor of the PNC No. 9 INDYCAR, owned by Chip Ganassi Racing – the 2020 INDYCAR Series Champion
In the season opening race of 2021, CGR driver Alex Palou (2021 NTT INDYCAR Series Champion) secured his first career win at the Honda Indy Grand Prix of Alabama at Barber Motorsports Park with Scott Dixon rounding out the podium in third place. Palou has said learning from a (six-time) champion such as Dixon “100 percent” helped him earn his first title.
An NTT INDYCAR Series car weighs approximately 1,700 pounds without fuel or the driver. When it comes to tires, they’ll be designed, developed and delivered to more than 60 different race tire specifications to meet the extensive and varying demands of the unique oval, road and street course venues in the NTT INDYCAR SERIES schedule. Each INDYCAR team goes through about 700 tires per season, including practices qualifying sessions and races.
Scott Dixon returns to CGR in 2022 for his 21st season — the longest tenure for a driver in team history. Dixon holds the distinction of being the winningest active INDYCAR driver with 51 victories and is currently ranked third on the all-time INDYCAR win list—behind only Mario Andretti (52) and AJ Foyt (67).
The top speed of an NTT INDYCAR SERIES car is approximately 240 mph. When Scott Dixon and the No. 9 PNC Bank Honda team won the pole position for the 2021 Indianapolis 500, he topped the charts with a four-lap average of 231.685 mph
Considered the best driver of his generation, Scott Dixon also is known by many in the INDYCAR paddock as “The Iceman” for his cool, calm and collected demeanor
Only six crew members are allowed over the wall during a pit stop. Positions include inside and outside front tire changer, fueler, airjack, inside and outside rear tire changer, among others. During a typical pit stop, the crew will change four tires, add 18 gallons of fuel, and make adjustments in under 10 seconds
PNC and Chip Ganassi Racing Teams introduce Women in Motorsports,
an initiative supporting PNC's national narrative to empower women and
promote gender equality. The program aims to propel the next generation
of female engineers, mechanics, and other motorsport-related careers.
For more information, please visit: Chip Ganassi Racing Teams
Ashmore reflects on her career journey and advice for women aspiring to get to the track .
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The Chip Ganassi Racing veteran made a decision, kept moving toward her goals, and now encourages other women in the workforce to do the same.
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2020 INDYCAR Series Champion
2018 INDYCAR Series Champion
2017 Finished third in the NTT INDYCAR Series Driver Championship with one win, one pole, 10 top-five finishes, 16 top-10 finishes and 131 laps lead
2016 Placed sixth in the INDYCAR Series points with two wins and two poles
2015 INDYCAR Series Champion with three wins and two poles; Won his second Rolex 24 At Daytona.
2014 Placed third in the INDYCAR Series points with two wins
2013 INDYCAR Series Champion with four wins and one pole
2012 Finished third in the IZOD INDYCAR Series driver championship with two wins, most laps led (456)
2011 Finished third in the IZOD INDYCAR Series driver championship with two wins and two poles
2010 Finished third in the IZOD INDYCAR Series driver championship with three wins
2009 INDYCAR Series Championship Runner Up with five wins and two poles
2008 INDYCAR Series Champion and Indianapolis 500 Winner - first New Zealander to win the Indianapolis 500. Tied a series record with six wins
2007 INDYCAR Series Championship Runner Up with four wins and two poles
2006 Finished fourth in the INDYCAR Series driver championship with two wins and one pole. Dixon was also the Rolex 24 at Daytona Champion with Dan Wheldon and Casey Mears
2005 Finished 13th in the INDYCAR Series driver championship standings with one win
2004 Finished 10th in the INDYCAR Series driver championship standings
2003 INDYCAR Series Champion with three wins and five poles
2002 Moved to TCGR midseason and finished 13th in CART Series driver championship standings
2001 Dixon finished eighth in the CART Series driver championship standings with one win. He was also CART Rookie of the Year and became the youngest driver to win in any major open-wheel series at the time with a victory at Nazareth Speedway
2000 Indy Lights Champion with six wins in 12 races
We’re so happy to see fans back at the track again this season.
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|March 5||Streets of St. Petersburg||St. Petersburg, FL|
|April 2||Texas Motor Speedway||Fort Worth, TX|
|April 16||Streets of Long Beach||Long Beach, CA|
|April 30||Barber Motorsports Park||Leeds, AL|
|May 13||Indianapolis Motor Speedway (Road Course)||Indianapolis, IN|
|May 28||107th Indianapolis 500||Indianapolis,IN|
|June 4||Streets of Detroit||Detroit, MI|
|June 18||Road America (WI)||Plymouth, WI|
|July 2||Mid-Ohio Sports Car Course||Lexington, OH|
|July 16||Streets of Toronto||Toronto, CN|
|July 22||Iowa Speedway Race 1||Newton, IA|
|July 23||Iowa Speedway Race 2||Newton, IA|
|August 6||Streets of Nashville||Nashville, TN|
|August 12||Indianapolis Motor Speedway (Road Course)||Indianapolis, IN|
|August 27||World Wide Technology Raceway (St. Louis)||St. Louis, MO|
|September 3||Portland International Raceway||Portland, OR|
|September 10||WeatherTech Raceway Laguna Seca||Laguna Seca, CA|