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IndyCar targeting 900hp with new 2021 engine

IndyCar has announced plans for a more powerful engine for the 2021 season, which it estimates will produce 'more than 900 horsepower'. The series will move to a 2.4-litre twin-turbocharged V6 engine, which it hopes will produce an additional 100hp compared to the current spec which has a capacity of 2.2 litres.. They will continue to turn at a maximum 12,000 RPM. The new formula will be in place for six years, providing stability to the series and ensuring it remains affordable. 'Our drivers have been asking for more horsepower and thanks to the hard work of Chevrolet, Honda and the INDYCAR engine group, they’re going to get it,' commented Jay Frye, president of...
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