Team Penske/Chevrolet Dominates The Weekend in Phoenix

Avondale, AZ – Chevrolet is a perfect 500-for-500 at the Phoenix International Raceway since the Verizon IndyCar Series’ return last year. In 2016, Chevy drivers led all 250 laps of the Desert Diamond West Valley Phoenix Grand Prix. This year, they did it again. Only this time, it was pure domination all race weekend. 

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Will Chevy Have Resurgence at Phoenix This Weekend?

INDIANAPOLIS – Honda has already shown a great deal of improvement this year compared to last season. Through three races of the Verizon IndyCar Series season in 2017, Honda drivers have won two of the three races and have led 67-percent (191) of the 285 laps this year. What makes that so big is, Honda drivers only led 110 laps on road/street courses combined with short ovals in 2016. To have led so many laps already this year on road/street courses, bodes well for the rest of the 2017 campaign. But, with…

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Honda’s Strong Out of the Gates, Lead All 85 Laps at Long Beach

Long Beach, Calif – What a difference a year makes for Honda in the Verizon IndyCar Series. Last year, Honda teams only won two races and just three poles out of 16 events. Those all occurred on superspeedways. On road/street circuits, they led just 110 laps all year. With an aerokit freeze in the offseason, would anything change? Chevrolet would dominate again this year right? Nope. 

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Scott Dixon/Will Power Lead IndyCar Practices on Friday at Long Beach

Long Beach, Calif – It took a while, but in 2015, Scott Dixon finally reached victory lane in the prestigious Toyota Grand Prix of Long Beach. Prior to that race, Dixon had always struggled at the 1.968-mile southern California street circuit. In his first eight starts there, Dixon had just one top 10 finish. Then, came his win. Last year, he finished second, and now he was quick again. Dixon, was fast out of the gates, with a top lap of 1:07.6357-seconds in his No. 9 Honda in the opening of…

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28 Drivers Confirmed for 101st Indy 500, Why Honda Will Have to Provide Over 60-Percent of Entries

INDIANAPOLIS – Pippa Mann’s signing with Dale Coyne Racing for May’s 101st Running of the Indianapolis 500 last week was the 26th driver revealed for this year’s field. Now, this weekend in Long Beach, we have a 27th and 28th entry reveaed. Zach Veach announced on Friday that he’s signed a deal with the third A.J. Foyt Racing entry and will become the 27th driver in the field. Then on Sunday, Andretti Autosport and Jack Harvey announced that they will team up as well bringing the 28th car/driver combination. With it being…

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Start to 2017 Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series Season Pretty Even Among Manufacturers

It’s been a great start to the 2017 Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series season for all three of the series’ manufacturers. After four races so far, each of the three manufacturers have won a race already, and each of the three have a driver in the top four of the Cup points standings as he head to race No. 5 at the Auto Club Speedway this weekend. At the start though, it appeared that maybe Fords were going to run away with this thing as Ford drivers won the first…

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Honda, Chevrolet Agree to “Multi-Year Extension” With IndyCar

INDYCAR continues building momentum and solidifying its future by today announcing that manufacturers Chevrolet and Honda have signed multiyear contract extensions to supply engines for the Verizon IndyCar Series. The announcement follows those earlier this year that chassis maker Dallara and tire supplier Firestone have also signed multiyear extensions, meaning all four major manufacturers have committed to the sport. “This is a unique moment in the recent history of the Verizon IndyCar Series,” said Jay Frye, INDYCAR president of competition and operations. “To have all of our major manufacturers locked…

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