He details his side in court documents responding to lawsuit.
Two-time IndyCar champion Alex Palou concedes in court documents that he breached his contract with McLaren Racing when the Spaniard did an about-face and stayed at Chip Ganassi Racing. The admission came in Palou's response to a lawsuit filed against him by McLaren in September seeking to recoup at least $23 million in losses the team calculated Palou's reversal cost the organization. Palou's 20-page response was filed in the High Court of Justice Business and Property Courts of England and Wales Commercial Court.
Tickets for the return of IndyCar to the Milwaukee Mile for a 2024 Labor Day weekend doubleheader will go on sale Monday for $45-100 per race.
After its exclusive gaming partner halted development of its in-the-works console video game slated for release in 2024 last week, IndyCar officials have moved to terminate their licenses with Motorsport Games.