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Honda switch 'a good reset' - Dixon

Scott Dixon believes that Chip Ganassi Racing's move to Honda for the upcoming IndyCar season will be a chance for the entire team to hit the reset switch after a frustrating 2016 campaign. Ganassi was mostly powerless to stop then-Chevrolet stablemates Team Penske from dominating last season, although Dixon managed to salvage wins at Phoenix and Watkins Glen to finish sixth in the points. "Even before the switch and the possible talks of switching, every team analyzes each other and what their strong points are and their weak points are, and we had a fairly strong idea of where we sat," Dixon (at right, above, with teammate Tony Kanaan during Phoenix testing) told RACER....
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