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Chevy appoints new IndyCar program manager

Chevrolet has appointed Rob Buckner as its new IndyCar program manager; a role that had remained vacant since his predecessor Chris Berube was redeployed within GM at the end of 2015. Buckner moves across to IndyCar from Chevrolet's NASCAR engine program, although he has previous IndyCar experience as an engineer on Sebastien Bourdais' pitbox between 2013 and 2015. Prior to moving into motorsport, he worked on the LT1 engine for the C7 Corvette. Related Stories Related Stories IndyCar RACER video: Phoenix Friday IndyCar test report IndyCar video: Phoenix testing live stream Friday IndyCar testing gallery Sato tops Phoenix afternoon session RACER Video: Leena Gade's new IndyCar challenge He...
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