With the Team Penske Chevrolet camp in the NTT IndyCar Series looking to dominate yet again in the 2020 season, there's no better place to begin than...
It’s time to race! After waiting for almost three months as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic and quarantine, the Chevrolet powered IndyCar teams and drivers are ready to kickoff the 2020 season Saturday night under the lights at Texas Motor Speedway.
"It was not easy for sure," Norris said to NBCSN following his victory. "It was a tough race, especially Pato (O' Ward) closing down with new tires at the end."
The defending Indy 500 winner, Simon Pagenaud was close on fuel at the end of the race, but saved just enough to take the checkered flag to win the Chevrolet 275. The win came as a surprise to the Frenchman.
Genesys®, the global leader in cloud customer experience and contact center solutions, continues its ascent in the world of motorsports partnerships with a multi-year agreement with Texas Motor Speedway. The company will serve as the title sponsor of the NTT INDYCAR SERIES race dubbed the Genesys 600.
THE MODERATOR: Good morning, everybody. Welcome to the first of today's video conferences with participants from the NTT INDYCAR SERIES. INDYCAR is holding these in advance of the Genesys 300, which takes place Saturday night at Texas Motor Speedway. The race will be on at 8:00 p.m. on NBC. We're pleased to be joined this morning by the president of Team Penske, Tim Cindric. Tim, welcome to the call.
For the second consecutive week, Simon Pagenaud captured the victory in the NTT INDYCAR IRacing Challenge besting a hard challenge from Scott Dixon and a fierce wheel-to-wheel battle with teammate Will Power.
INDIANAPOLIS (May 24, 2020) - The NTT INDYCAR SERIES will be broadcast in primetime on NBC for the first time when the season-opening Genesys 300 at Texas...