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Honda leave door open on supporting 'Road to Indy' programme

President of Honda Performance Development Art St.Cyr has left the door open for the Japanese manufacturer to possibly get involved with the 'Road to Indy' development programme. Mazda announced in at the end of July they would no longer sponsor the 'Road to Indy' programme having begun their partnership in 2011, leaving the series' without any notable sponsor or engine supplier. The 'Road to Indy' has become an integral part of the single-seater ladder in the US as drivers look to make their way to the top rung in the IndyCar Series. Such notable graduates from the programme include reigning IndyCar champion Josef Newgarden, Zach Veach, Sage Karem, Ed Jones,...
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