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Chevrolet still wary of Honda threat in Indy 500

Despite Chevrolet-powered cars locking out the front row and filling nine of the top 11 slots for Sunday’s 102nd Indy 500, Chevy’s program manager Rob Buckner says he’s taking nothing for granted. After Andretti Autosport-Honda victories in three of the last four Indianapolis 500s, Chevrolet appears to have eked out a slight advantage at Indianapolis Motor Speedway this year, as all teams have reverted to a common aerokit. Sebastien Bourdais (Dale Coyne Racing) and Scott Dixon (Chip Ganassi Racing) are the only Honda powered entries to have made the Fast Nine, that fills out the first three rows of the 3x3 grid. Yet Buckner says that James Hinchcliffe’s failure to qualify for the...
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