Marcus Ericsson will leave Ganassi after four seasons in their IndyCar line-up and join Andretti alongside Colton Herta and Kyle Kirkwood in 2024.
Marcus Ericsson was left fuming after narrowly missing his chance to score a second consecutive victory in the Indianapolis 500.
Marcus Ericsson won a chaotic start to the IndyCar season in St Petersburg after crashes wiped out many drivers and misfortune struck Pato O’Ward in the final laps.
In the round-up: Ericsson “still p****d off” over IndyCar title defeat • Marko joins critics of FIA’s politics clampdown • Barnard gets F3 seat
Marcus Ericsson led the IndyCar championship by 35 points after his Indy 500 win but goes into this weekend’s finale with only an outside chance of taking the title.
Felix Rosenqvist took pole position for this weekend’s IndyCar race on the Indianapolis road course. Championship contenders Will Power and Pato O’Ward share the second row.
With his fourth win of the season, Josef Newgarden now trails Marcus Ericsson by 15 points after the first leg of the Iowa double-header.
After his surprise Indianapolis 500 win Marcus Ericsson leads the IndyCar standings at halfway, and his closest rival is another unexpected name.
Following his unsuccessful stint in Formula 1, Marcus Ericsson has redefined his legacy by winning the Indianapolis 500.
A late penalty for Scott Dixon opened the door for Marcus Ericsson, who held off Pato O’Ward in a final-lap shootout to win the Indianapolis 500.
Nine cautions periods and two red flags in a crazy race helped Marcus Ericsson to win after being launched into the air and serving two penalties in Nashville.
Marcus Ericsson scored an astonishing win in an incident-packed Music City Grand Prix after being launched into the air early in an early collision with Sebastien Bourdais.
“My job is to win a race, and I haven’t done it for eight years” admitted IndyCar’s ‘other’ recent incomer from Formula 1 after his breakthrough victory on Saturday.
Marcus Ericsson survived a gruelling first race of the Detroit Grand Prix to capture his first career victory – becoming the seventh different winner in seven races this season.
Ganassi has expanded its IndyCar team to three cars for the 2020 season by signing ex-Formula 1 driver Marcus Ericsson from rival Schmidt.
Kimi Raikkonen gave away little about the leg injury he suffered during the summer break which led Alfa Romeo to put Marcus Ericsson on standby.
Marcus Ericsson will not take part in this weekend’s IndyCar race at Portland as he will attend the Belgian Grand Prix in his capacity as reserve driver for Alfa Romeo.
In the round-up: Ericsson made a “huge step forward” in 2018 – Vasseur • Hamilton has 2019 seat fitting at Mercedes • Red Bull not pursuing Mick Schumacher – Marko
Marcus Ericsson got along well until his new team mate found his footing, and blew him away from that point onwards.
In the round-up: Ericsson hopes Leclerc “kicks some ass” at Ferrari • Renault tweaks team name • Formula E could race on permanent tracks