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Chevrolet, Honda extend engine supply Verizon IndyCar Series contracts

The Verizon IndyCar Series has announced that engine partners Chevrolet and Honda have both signed multi-year extensions to their current supply deals, following in the footsteps of Dallara and Firestone. INDYCAR announced earlier this year that chassis partner Dallara and tyre supplier Firestone had extended their commitments to the series, with today's announcement solidifying the series' links with its four major partners. '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 in with us for the foreseeable future points to the fact that they all...
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