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Engineering changes for Rahal IndyCar squad

Graham Rahal will pursue the 2018 Verizon IndyCar Series with a new race engineer in charge of his No. 15 Honda. The third-generation driver will have Rahal Letterman Lanigan's Tom German overseeing his title-contending entry while Eddie Jones, who played a vital role in turning RLL's fortunes around, shifts to the No. 16 Honda driven by the incoming Takuma Sato. With a stacked engineering group led by Jones, damper engineer Martin Pare, vehicle dynamics engineer Mike Talbott, and German – who came on board after leading Alexander Rossi to an Indy 500 win with Andretti Autosport – Rahal's single-car effort has been among the most impressive in the series. By adding a second entry...
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