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Sentences forDario Franchitti
- Chip Ganassi became the first owner to win both races (with McMurray) and the Indianapolis 500 (with Dario Franchitti) in the same year.
- Moments after Kanaan took the lead Kanaan's friend Dario Franchitti crashed in turn 1, causing the race to finish under caution for the fourth consecutive year.
- Sorenson drove the car through the 2008 season, and Target has also had some major sponsorship time on the Ganassi Racing number-40 car with Dario Franchitti and Jeremy Mayfield, who subbed for the injured Franchitti.
- Since the first season, the world feed is presented by Jack Nicholls and Dario Franchitti, with Nicki Shields acting as pit lane reporter.
- The team became known as Team KOOL Green, and expanded to a two-car effort in 1998 with Paul Tracy and rising star Dario Franchitti.
- The American ABC broadcast showed Kanaan and Dario Franchitti (friend of Kanaan and Wheldon) crying due to Wheldon's death during the five laps.
- He finished 2nd in the title standings to Scott Dixon on a count back much like the way he won the 1999 CART title from Dario Franchitti.
- The season that saw Montoya crowned as the youngest ever CART FedEx Championship Series Champion at the age of 24 was closely fought, especially with Dario Franchitti who led the championship going into the final race in California.
- In IndyCar, Dario Franchitti has won 4 consecutive IndyCar world championships.
- Dario Franchitti won the inaugural event.
- Michel Jourdain, Jr. returned to the team in a second car for the Indianapolis 500, where Sato came close to victory, crashing out on the final lap while attempting to pass Dario Franchitti for the lead.
- He returned to commentate for the 2007 Indianapolis 500 won by Dario Franchitti.
- Dixon was runner-up in the 2007 IndyCar Series season, 13 points behind Dario Franchitti.
- Dario Franchitti's injuries were enough for him to announce his retirement from racing.
- Shortly before the conclusion of the season it was announced that Wheldon would not return as Dixon's teammate in 2009, a role taken by 2007 IndyCar Champion and Indy 500 winner Dario Franchitti of Scotland.
- Kanaan soon moved into 2nd place behind friend Dario Franchitti.
- Bryan Herta and Dario Franchitti would co-drive with Kanaan at the season-opening Mobil 1 12 Hours of Sebring, the series' most prestigious race, the car started 4th in class and win in class.
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