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Honda says it's lost its Indy 500 advantage

Honda no longer holds an advantage over Chevrolet in the Indianapolis 500 according to Honda Performance Development president Art St. Cyr. Last year saw six Honda-powered cars make it through to the 'Fast Nine', whereas this year the tables have turned and only two Honda's made it through with Sebastien Bourdais and Scott Dixon. St. Cyr reckons Chevrolet has caught up, particularly in qualifying trim, but remains confident Honda has the race pace to challenge for victory. 'Obviously qualifying didn't quite go the way that we were expecting,' he said. 'The advantage that we've enjoyed over the last couple years is not there right now. Got to give credit to the...
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