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Dixon Hinchcliffe Learn More during TMS 2018 Honda Test

Honda tasked four-time Verizon IndyCar Series champion Scott Dixon and front-runner James Hinchcliffe with providing feedback during its Manufacturers' test at Texas Motor Speedway on Monday. The 1.5-mile high-banked oval was the first of its kind for Honda and its Chip Ganassi Racing and Schmidt Peterson Motorsports teams with the new UAK18 bodywork. "The biggest thing of all of us is that they've done it in a way to make the car perform better – it should be better in traffic," said Dixon (pictured). "It should be much more predictable – a little easier to follow in traffic. In hindsight, we should get some damn good racing." Prior to the Texas test, Honda had...
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