• Media ID-2415

    Chip Ganassi has been a fixture in the auto racing industry for over 30 years and is considered one of the most successful as well as innovative owners the sport has anywhere in the world. Today his teams include three cars in the NTT INDYCAR SERIES and two cars in the NASCAR Cup Series. Overall his teams have 19 championships and more than 220 victories, including four Indianapolis 500s, a Daytona 500, a Brickyard 400, eight Rolex 24 At Daytonas, the 12 Hours of Sebring and 24 Hours of Le Mans. Ganassi boasts state-of-the-art race shop facilities in Indianapolis, and Concord, N.C., with a corporate office in Pittsburgh.

DRIVER LINEUP

  • Media ID-2413

    Sara Price

    Sara, who started her career on dirt bikes at just eight years old, is a 19-time national champion who became the first factory-supported female under Kawasaki in history. Prior to making the switch to four-wheeled racing in 2012, she also medalled in Women's Super X at the 2010 X Games, and holds the record as the winningest female amateur to date. She currently competes in Off road Desert racing in a Trophy Truck, and works as a stunt professional, performing on motorcycles and in vehicles, and as a precision driver for television and film.

  • Media ID-2412

    KYLE LEDUC

    LeDuc holds an astonishing record of 99 victories and six Pro 4 Championship wins. Nicknamed “The Kid”, he was the youngest active driver in off-road racing and took the title of 2003 Prolite World Champion. LeDuc’s successes quickly moved him up from 2-wheel drive to 4-wheel drive as he entered the Pro 4 category in 2008, taking his first win that same year. Since 2008 he has won six Pro 4 Championships in the Lucas Oil Off Road Racing Series (LOORRS), with his first in 2012 and completing the 2019 season with his most recent championship win.

DRIVER LINEUP

  • Media ID-2413

    Sara Price

    Sara, who started her career on dirt bikes at just eight years old, is a 19-time national champion who became the first factory-supported female under Kawasaki in history. Prior to making the switch to four-wheeled racing in 2012, she also medalled in Women's Super X at the 2010 X Games, and holds the record as the winningest female amateur to date. She currently competes in Off road Desert racing in a Trophy Truck, and works as a stunt professional, performing on motorcycles and in vehicles, and as a precision driver for television and film.

  • Media ID-2412

    KYLE LEDUC

    LeDuc holds an astonishing record of 99 victories and six Pro 4 Championship wins. Nicknamed “The Kid”, he was the youngest active driver in off-road racing and took the title of 2003 Prolite World Champion. LeDuc’s successes quickly moved him up from 2-wheel drive to 4-wheel drive as he entered the Pro 4 category in 2008, taking his first win that same year. Since 2008 he has won six Pro 4 Championships in the Lucas Oil Off Road Racing Series (LOORRS), with his first in 2012 and completing the 2019 season with his most recent championship win.