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  • One of the team's regular drivers, Tony Kanaan, suffered a radial fracture of his arm a week earlier in an April 15 crash at Twin Ring Motegi.Mario Andretti-Wikipedia
  • In a twist, Ganassi would hire 2013 Indy 500 winner Tony Kanaan to drive the No. 10 Target car, while Briscoe and NTT Data signed on for a full season in the No. 8 car.Chip Ganassi Racing-Wikipedia
  • McMurray returned to the 24 Hours of Daytona in 2015 in the No. 02 car with Tony Kanaan, Scott Dixon, and Cup teammate Kyle Larson.Jamie McMurray-Wikipedia
  • A tangle with Tony Kanaan in Japan left Dixon with a shattered hand, but he recovered to take two more victories and win the championship at his first try.Scott Dixon-Wikipedia
  • This brought out a final caution that found one of Franchitti's closest friends off the track, Tony Kanaan winning his first Indy 500 and his first win in a few years.Dario Franchitti-Wikipedia
  • Tracy left the team to stay in the Champ Car World Series, with Tony Kanaan joining Franchitti and Andretti.Andretti Autosport-Wikipedia

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