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Dixon: 2018 IndyCar will hurt Chevrolet teams more than Honda

Four-time champion Scott Dixon says that IndyCar’s universal aerokit will delete the advantage Chevrolet cars once gained from their superior manufacturer-produced kit. Dixon was the best-placed Honda driver in 2017 in the first year of Chip Ganassi Racing's switch back from Chevrolet power. But while Honda won its second Indianapolis 500 in a row in 2017, it lagged behind Chevrolet across the season as the HPD units won just seven of the 19 races.  IndyCar has now ended its three-year manufacturer aerokit era, removing Honda’s aerodynamic deficiency, and Dixon told Motorsport.com that Chevrolet losing its primary advantage will hurt it in 2018. “The spread [of team performance] is...
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