Mental warfare has all started in IndyCar's name fight as season finale will determine champion SALINAS, Calif. – If the "new Will Power"

shines thru Sunday and the demons of 2010-12 don’t creep in, all of the communicate of group orders, 2d-guessing and the concept of giving the Ice Man

a better threat in a race with nothing to lose will become moot. If Scott Dixon – or even Marcus Ericsson, presently 39 points adrift –

supply Chip Ganassi’s third consecutive name and his tenth during the last 15, the questions won’t stop coming till the green flag falls in St. Pete in 2023.

Though jokingly, Team Penske’s Tim Cindric admitted it himself Wednesday. “If we don’t win on Sunday, I would possibly name you for a process

 Mike,” the Team Penske president stated off-handedly to CGR group supervisor Mike Hull all through a media convention this week.

The joking and the smiles and the staged pics in hearth suits on the veggies of Pebble Beach have, outwardly at the least, kept things

 cordial leading into IndyCar’s season-finale and a historically-tight 5-character fight separated via forty one points (which include the top-three gapped 

 via simply 20) getting into Sunday at Laguna Seca. But inside their minds, the battle has already begun.If you ask Cindric, Dixon hopped out

of the automobile remaining Sunday after a season-saving run from sixteenth to 3rd and started out a streak of “intellectual video games” with Power,