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Alonso's car 'felt the best so far' on Carb Day

Fernando Alonso insists that he is not concerned about the reliability of Honda's powerplants ahead of this weekend's Indianapolis 500, despite James Hinchcliffe suffering an engine failure during practice on Carb Day. Hinchcliffe's blowup followed a string of similar failures during May, and further fuels concerns about whether Sunday's race could develop into a battle of attrition. Honda has indicated that some of those engine failures stem from an identical problem that can't be immediately solved, but nevertheless, Alonso remains confident of a trouble-free race. Related Stories Related Stories IndyCar Robin Miller's A.J. Foyt Dictionary, Pt 2 Shank crew chief Rovazzini wins Clint...
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