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- The win was even bigger for Montoya's car owner, Chip Ganassi who had struggled in previous years but would finally taste victory for the first time since 2002.
- This tie saw him invited to drive for Chip Ganassi's Indycar team in 2018 but he had to decline due to securing a drive in Formula One with Toro Rosso.
- It was founded in 1990 by businessman and former race driver Chip Ganassi, from the assets of Patrick Racing to compete in the CART IndyCar World Series.
- However, after Chip Ganassi released Jamie McMurray from his 2006 contract, Roush decided to release Busch when Roush learned that Busch already signed a contract with Roger Penske before the season ended.
- The CGR test finally took place on July 28; it was overseen by CGR owner Chip Ganassi and five-time IndyCar champion Scott Dixon (who is, along with Johnson, considered to be one of the best in their respective series) to discuss the car.
- After winning a lawsuit against Turner, Scott took the remaining equipment from the team to start HScott Motorsports with Chip Ganassi.
- In December 2014, it was announced that Chip Ganassi Racing would partner with TSM co-owner Harry Scott to bring the 42 car in-house under the name HScott Motorsports with Chip Ganassi.
- For the Cup Series, he drove at Sonoma for Andy Petree and then at Watkins Glen for Chip Ganassi.
- In 1989, Chip Ganassi joined Patrick as co-owner for Fittipaldi's #20 Marlboro entry.
- Pat Patrick had announced that he was planning to retire after the 1989 season, and Chip Ganassi joined the team as co-owner.
- Team owner Chip Ganassi and Sorenson were penalized 25 points in the Owners and Drivers' Championships.
- Chip Ganassi earned the honor of first car on the track.
- CGR founder and owner Chip Ganassi waved the green flag at 14:40 Eastern Standard Time (UTC−05:00) to start the proceedings.
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