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Borg-Warner Trophy heading to Japan for first-ever overseas trip

The Borg-Warner Trophy will leave the United States for the first time in its 82-year history this week when it travels to Japan for a series of events with 2017 Indy 500 winner Takuma Sato. The trophy will be flown out of Detroit tomorrow to begin a 15-day trip that will include visits to Tokyo, Motegi and Nabari, home of the BorgWarner plant. "I think it is very special that the Borg-Warner Trophy is traveling to Japan," said Sato. "The trophy represents winning the greatest race in the world, and I am very proud to have won the 2017 Indianapolis 500 and have my image on the trophy. For nearly two weeks the trophy will be seen throughout Japan by fans and media. I am...
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