Chip Ganassi Racing has unveiled an updated livery for Alex Palou’s car for the 2024 IndyCar season
Alex Palou managed to secure a last-minute seat in Chip Ganassi’s star-studded Cadillac at the Daytona 24 and he aims to clinch a Rolex win and a third IndyCar title this year despite McLaren lawsuit
Chip Ganassi confirmed that Alex Palou will be remaining with the team for the upcoming season after winning his second championship at the Portland Grand Prix on Sunday.
Alex Palou secured his second IndyCar title with an impressive victory in the Portland Grand Prix.
Chip Ganassi Racing driver Alex Palou was served with U.K. Commercial Court documents in the two cases brought on by McLaren Racing Limited and McLaren IndyCar team against him and his racing organization ALPA Racing USA, two days ago, according to reports.
Chip Ganassi, who currently runs Palou in the IndyCar series, has not liked McLaren’s approaches for his driver and has finally reacted to the contract move after it failed.
IndyCar champion Alex Palou has shockingly backed out of a commitment to join McLaren in the single-seater championship in 2024 despite having signed a contract.
The Red Bull Ring has hosted F1 tests for IndyCar champion Alex Palou and McLaren driver Patricio O’Ward.