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  1. IndyCar shocker: Chip Ganassi scaling back on IndyCar teamRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Sep 20 | AutoWeek

    After strongly supporting the Verizon IndyCar Series with a four-car operation, team owner Chip Ganassi announced late Wednesday that his team will scale back to two cars in 2018. "We will be returning to a two-car team beginning in 2018 with Scott Dixon in the No.


  2. IndyCar: Tony Kanaan expected to drive for A.J. Foyt next yearRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday Sep 10 | Auto Racing Daily

    Tony Kanaan always said he thought it would be cool to drive for A.J. Foyt, and it looks like that's going to become a reality in 2018. RACER has learned Kanaan is expected to sign this week to wheel the No.


  3. Foyt: Ambitious test program will speed up 2018 driver decisionRead the original story w/Photo

    Jul 9, 2017 |

    AJ Foyt Racing's team president Larry Foyt says the squad's driver lineup for next year will be set "very soon" as he wishes them to get off to a fast start with the new universal aerokits. The team which operates Carlos Munoz's #14 car from Waller, Tx.


  4. Foyt thanks IndyCar community for Hurricane Harvey supportRead the original story w/Photo

    Feb 9, 2017 |

    AJ Foyt Racing president Larry Foyt took time out at Watkins Glen to thank the IndyCar community for throwing its weight behind the Hurricane Harvey Relief Fund, set up by the Greater Houston Community Foundation. The Texas-based team has selected the Fund as a beneficiary of shirts produced with the #Race4Houston emblem.


  5. Longtime NASCAR team owner Mark Smith dies of cancer at 63Read the original story w/Photo

    Jul 25, 2017 | Sporting News

    Smith fielded cars for more than a dozen NASCAR Cup drivers in his career, including Bobby Hamilton, Greg Sacks and Reed Sorenson. Smith, who got his start in NASCAR as an engine builder, fielded his first team as an owner in 1989.


  6. Indy 500 kingmakers Foyt, Penske begin plotting their futuresRead the original story w/Photo

    May 26, 2017 | Indianapolis Business News

    A.J. Foyt and Roger Penske are as much a part of the Indianapolis 500 as the pagoda and Gasoline Alley, icons of such stature that they're identifiable only by their first names.


  7. 2017 Indianapolis 500: IndyCar Fast Friday - Team AJ Foyt EnterprisesRead the original story

    May 19, 2017 | Paddock Talk

    An interview with AJ Foyt Enterprises president Larry Foyt and AJ Foyt Racing drivers Conor Daly, No. 4 ABC Supply Chevrolet, and Carlos Munoz, No.


  8. Conor Daly Gets His ChanceRead the original story

    May 5, 2017 | Sports Media 101

    Motorsports 101 provides 24/7 obsessive sports coverage of the Motorsports as a part of Sports Media 101 . For news, op/ed, game reviews, team updates and even rumors you will find all of it on Motorsports 101.


  9. Foyt says Chevrolet unfamiliarity is still hurting team paceRead the original story w/Photo

    Jan 5, 2017 |

    Larry Foyt says the team is still struggling to find the optimum setups for the Chevrolet aerokit following its late switch from Honda during the offseason. The AJ Foyt Racing cars of Carlos Munoz and Conor Daly finished 10th and 14th at last weekend's Phoenix Grand Prix, despite Daly losing 70 laps while his car was repaired.


  10. Foyt puzzled by Daly braking woes in St Pete qualifyingRead the original story w/Photo

    Mar 12, 2017 |

    AJ Foyt Racing president Larry Foyt was pleased with Carlos Munoz for taking 11th on the grid in St. Petersburg IndyCar qualifying, and that Conor Daly's 20th-placed start is a result of "not liking the brakes." Munoz survived a drive-through penalty for a pitspeed violation to become one of only three Chevrolet-powered drivers to make it to the second round of qualifying.


  11. Foyt pleased with progress, regrets lack of timeRead the original story w/Photo

    Feb 13, 2017 |

    Larry Foyt, president of AJ Foyt Racing, says he's being cautious over the team's encouraging pace in the final session of testing, and regrets the lack of test time heading into the 2017 season. The team owned by IndyCar icon AJ Foyt has undergone a bigger change in the 2016/'17 offseason than any of its rivals, switching from Honda to Chevrolet engines, replacing both its drivers and hiring a new technical director, Will Phillips.


  12. Foyt pleased with new drivers and ChevroletRead the original story w/Photo

    Jan 27, 2017 |

    Larry Foyt, team president at AJ Foyt Racing, says the squad's first test with Conor Daly, Carlos Munoz and Chevrolet had been "very encouraging" for the season ahead, despite test restrictions. Along with IndyCar decreeing that 2017 would see a freeze in development of manufacturer aerokits before the series switches to a universal aero package in 2018, it also reduced test-day allowances for all but rookie drivers.


  13. AJ Foyt Racing confirm switch to ChevroletRead the original story w/Photo

    Jan 17, 2017 |

    The revamp of AJ Foyt Racing for 2017 will include a switch from Honda to Chevrolet, the team confirmed today. Since Chip Ganassi Racing revealed it would switch from the Ilmor-built engines to HPD supply in 2017, it has been one of IndyCar's worst-kept secrets that Foyt's team would be going the other way, running Chevrolet units for the first time since 2005.


  14. AJ Foyt Racing switches to ChevroletRead the original story w/Photo

    Jan 17, 2017 | USA Today

    AJ Foyt Racing will run Chevrolet engines for the first time since the 2005 season, with drivers Carlos Munoz and Conor Daly. More changes are afoot at AJ Foyt Racing, as the team announced Tuesday that it will be powered by Chevrolet engines for the 2017 Verizon IndyCar Series season.


  15. Richard Petty heads lineup of NASCAR greats at Stocks for Tots benefit TuesdayRead the original story w/Photo

    Dec 10, 2016 | Courier-Tribune

    Seven-time NASCAR champion Richard Petty heads the lineup of past and present NASCAR greats who plan to sign autographs at the 28th annual Stocks for Tots benefit in Mooresville on Tuesday. The event will be from 5-9 p.m. at NASCAR Technical Institute in Talbert Pointe Business Park, off Interstate 77 exit 36. The Mooresville-based North Carolina Auto Racing Hall of Fame created Stocks for Tots in 1989 to bring together stock-car racing and its fans and help Iredell County-based Stop Child Abuse Now raise awareness of child abuse and neglect.


  16. IndyCar: Carlos Munoz, Conor Daly join A.J. Foyt RacingRead the original story w/Photo

    Nov 15, 2016 | Auto Racing Daily

    Carlos Munoz and Conor Daly are convinced it's time for the next generation of young racers to be contenders in the Verizon IndyCar Series. The 24-year-old drivers will look to assert themselves with AJ Foyt Racing in 2017 in a deal announced today that has both signed to drive for the winningest driver in Indy car history.