Chip Ganassi Racing have announced they will hire Marcus Armstrong to race for them in 12 of next year’s 17 IndyCar races.
Alex Palou has confirmed he will continue to drive for Ganassi next year, three months after publicly contradicting their announcement he would stay at the team.
Alex Palou’s IndyCar team Ganassi are ‘attempting to keep him from an opportunity to compete in Formula 1’, according to the driver’s lawyers.
Chip Ganassi Racing has begun legal action against its driver, reigning IndyCar champion Alex Palou, court documents have revealed.
Alex Palou has caused a sensation by rejecting his Ganassi team’s claim he will continue to drive for them in 2023. McLaren SP say he will join them next year.
Alex Palou claimed the first IndyCar win of his career in his first race for Ganassi as the 2021 championship began at Barber Motorsports Park.
Ganassi has expanded its IndyCar team to three cars for the 2020 season by signing ex-Formula 1 driver Marcus Ericsson from rival Schmidt.