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Chip Ganassi Racing Breaking Up With Cadillac Racing After 2024

Chip Ganassi Racing Breaking Up With Cadillac Racing After 2024

Chip Ganassi Racing (CGR) will part ways with Cadillac Racing after completion of the 2024 racing season, according to a report from Racer.com.

CGR currently fields multiple Cadillac V-Series.R entries in the IMSA WeatherTech SportsCar Championship, as well as in the FIA World Endurance Championship. However, the organization will not continue that relationship into 2025. It’s not clear why CGR is parting ways with Cadillac, or if it plans to compete next year with another manufacturer.

“Chip Ganassi Racing has a fantastic history with General Motors,” CGR managing director Mike Hull said. “Considering everything that we’ve done with them, there has been a lot of partnership definition to what we’ve accomplished. NASCAR, Extreme E, IndyCar, DPi and LMDh have all been successful programs and we’ve shared equally in learning from that success to get better together. We would never close the book on General Motors in terms of the future. We just know that this chapter is ending.”

Meanwhile, Cadillac Racing hasn’t announced its plans for the 2025 season and beyond, either. It’s not clear if the luxury marque will team up with another motorsports outfit next year for sportscar racing, but it’s unlikely that it will scrap the V-Series.R program completely. In fact, Cadillac parent, GM, said that it has full intent to continue sportscar racing. 

“Our GM divisions have had successful partnerships with Chip Ganassi Racing across multiple series – NASCAR, IndyCar, Extreme E, IMSA and FIA WEC – over the years,” said Jim Campbell, GM U.S. Vice President, Performance & Motorsports. “Together we have won numerous races and have had great success. We remain committed to winning races and championships together in IMSA and FIA WEC this year.”

He added, “Our sportscar plans for 2025 will be announced at a later date.”

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Alexandra is a Colorado-based journalist with a passion for all things involving horsepower, be it automotive or equestrian.

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