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Honda engine failures raise concerns

Losing four engines in a month would be a troubling trend for any manufacturer. Blowing four motors in six days, as Honda has experienced at Indianapolis, could bring the worrying to an all-new level. The Japanese brand suffered two engine failures on Saturday during the Verizon IndyCar Series' IndyCar Grand Prix road course race at Indy, and added a pair of broken motors during practice for the Indy 500 – one with Graham Rahal's car on Monday, and another with Sebastien Bourdais' car Thursday afternoon. The recent problems follow an explosive April where the manufacturer lost numerous engines, and with a win to defend at the 500, reliability has become an unexpected question mark....
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