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INDYCAR hopeful of adding third manufacturer by 2019

INDYCAR’s President of competition and operations Jay Frye is hopeful of adding a third manufacturer to the IndyCar Series by 2019 as part of the championship’s five-year growth plan. IndyCar currently works with two manufacturers, Chevrolet and Honda, who supply engines and aerokits for the teams to use with the spec Dallara DW-12 chassis. A third OEM [Original Equipment Manufacturer] has not been present in the series since Lotus departed at the end of the 2012 season, but Frye is hopeful of bringing another major brand on board in the near future as part of IndyCar’s five-year plan. “When we talk about this five-year plan, one of our targeted goals is to...
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