Dixon frustrated by IndyCar race control call as title bid comes up short
Ganassi secured its 15th IndyCar Series title, with Alex Palou winning his second championship since joining the team in 2021. Scott Dixon finished in second place in the overall standings. Dixon started fourth, led 15 laps, and was Palou’s main challenger throughout the race. Despite a pit strategy that allowed Dixon to close the gap, Palou ultimately pulled away and secured the win. A full-course caution late in the race slowed down the field and affected the final outcome. Dixon expressed frustration with race control’s decisions, but acknowledged the team’s strong performance overall. Romain Grosjean is rumored to be joining IndyCar for the upcoming season.