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Honda sweeps St. Pete podium, eight of top 10 spots

Honda-powered drivers swept the podium and earned eight of the top 10 positions in the field as the Verizon IndyCar Series' engine wars got under way in St. Petersburg. Chevy certainly had its chances to spoil the Honda party that put Sebastien Bourdais in Victory Lane along with Graham Rahal and Alexander Rossi. But early contact for front-row starter Will Power from Team Penske and a variety of maladies for other Bowtie contenders ensured the 2.2-liter twin-turbo V6 engines produced by Honda Performance Development in California won the first battle. Related Stories Related Stories IndyCar "He carried on to a podium, and I ended up in the fence" - Wickens VIDEO: IndyCar St Pete...
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