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Honda chief making no predictions over IndyCar win rate

Art St. Cyr, president of Honda Performance Development, says he believes Honda engines have improved for all types of track but didn’t want to say whether HPD teams could improve on its 2-14 victory disadvantage from last year. St. Cyr told Motorsport.com: “I’m not going to make any predictions about that. Sometimes you win races you shouldn’t really win, and then sometimes you dominate but you don’t win. All I can say is that we’ll try and win them all. “When you look at how close everything is, especially the road and street courses, one second will typically spread the top 18 or 19 cars, so you don’t need to find much to move up.” Asked if HPD’s Indy 500 performance...
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