Dixon Rolls With The Changes

PETERSBURG, Fla. — As Scott Dixon begins his 23rd season in IndyCar racing, the 42-year-old from Auckland, New Zealand has reached legendary status. “I think this team always has a really strong lineup, but this year I think obviously welcoming another Kiwi to the team is always great. For many years, Dixon was the only driver from New Zealand in the NTT IndyCar Series. He’s a young guy, a fun guy, and obviously very talented. Since that victory, however, Dixon has been unable to win another Indy 500. “I think every year you have your ups and downs,” Dixon said. “I think the biggest thing for me is that you’re still constantly learning. Dixon will have a new engineer after Michael Cannon has left the team to take over the engineering staff at A.J. Dixon’s new engineer is Ross Bunnell, who was the engineer for David Malukas during his rookie season at Dale Coyne Racing last year.

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