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Prospects rising for third IndyCar engine supplier

Verizon IndyCar Series CEO Mark Miles is cautiously optimistic a third auto manufacturer is getting closer to joining Chevy and Honda as an official engine supplier. IndyCar's most recent engine formula made its debut in 2012 with Chevy, Honda and Lotus building purebred 2.2-liter turbocharged V6s, and with the departure of Lotus at the end of the season, the series has been on the lookout for a replacement since 2013. With Chevy and Honda stepping up to cover 20-plus full-time IndyCar entries (and the field of 33 cars for the annual running of the Indianapolis 500) in the absence of Lotus, both manufacturers have been vocal in their desire for a new engine supplier to enter the series and...
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