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Ganassi confirms IndyCar reduction to two cars

Chip Ganassi Racing confirmed it will be paring its full-time IndyCar program down from four cars to two in 2018. As RACER has written for most of the summer, CGR was expected to lose sponsor-wielding drivers Charlie Kimball and Max Chilton to other teams, and with their departure, their Nos. 8 and 83 Hondas were likely to be parked. The No. 9 Honda, driven by four-time IndyCar champion Scott Dixon, and the No. 10 Honda, piloted through 2017 by Tony Kanaan, will stand as the two cars entered by CGR next year. Related Stories Related Stories IndyCar Newgarden 'should be receiving calls from F1 teams' Sato confirmed at Rahal Letterman Lanigan Claman DeMelo closes with impressive speed...
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