Max Chilton doesn’t need the reminder, but he set one up anyway. Less than 48 hours after leading a race-high 50 laps and finishing fourth at the Indianapolis 500, Chilton reconfigured the background of his phone to display a screenshot of the Verizon IndyCar Series championship standings, where he sits 10th.
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On May 30, 2017 Arthur J. Gallagher & Co. announced the acquisition of Williams-Manny Insurance Group, headquartered in Rockford, Illinois.
With eight laps to go Sunday, Max Chilton was leading in his second Indianapolis 500 start at Indianapolis Motor Speedway.
It speaks volumes of the confidence and maturation of Max Chilton in his second go-around at the Indianapolis 500 that a Verizon IndyCar Series career-best fourth place, after leading a race-high 50 laps in the No. 8 Gallagher Honda or Chip Ganassi Racing, was a proper disappointment.
Sunday is considered the biggest day in auto racing and Ganassi has chances to win two races. His Indianapolis lineup of Dixon, Tony Kanaan, Charlie Kimball and Max Chilton is strong, and Larson and Jamie McMurray have upped their performance in NASCAR and are contenders nearly every week.
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Can a driver who has been consistently quick fly under the proverbial radar before the 101st Indianapolis 500 presented by PennGrade Motor Oil this Sunday? Maybe Max Chilton could — until Monday.
Tom Tropp, chief ethics officer at insurance brokerage and risk management services firm Arthur J. Gallagher, discusses the “Gallagher Way” and why ethics takes precedence over compliance.
INDIANAPOLIS – Busy but welcome. That’s how some of the 33 drivers described today’s next-to-last practice before the 101st Indianapolis 500 presented by PennGrade Motor Oil.