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Honda would offer tech help to a third IndyCar engine manufacturer

Honda and its racing department at Honda Performance Development are willing to go to extraordinary lengths to help the NTT IndyCar Series secure a new engine supplier. With IndyCar’s planned shift to a 2.4-liter twin-turbo hybrid V6 engine in 2022, HPD has been extraordinarily vocal in its desire to have another manufacturer commit to the series and share the responsibilities of powering the field. At present, two automotive heavyweights look after 33 cars or more at the Indy 500, and while there’s hope Chevy and Honda will sign new supply contracts to maintain their positions in the series, HPD CEO Ted Klaus says landing a third manufacturer would go a long way to making a long-term...
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