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Delaying 2021 engine plans for third engine supplier 'possible' - Jay Frye

Plans to introduce a new engine format to the NTT IndyCar series in 2021 could be delayed to allow a third engine manufacturer to join according to IndyCar President Jay Frye. The current 2.2-litre twin-turbo format is set to be dropped in favour of a 2.4-litre engine which is set to produce over 900 horsepower. Chevrolet and Honda have already committed to their future in IndyCar, but both are keen to allow a third manufacturer to join the fray. Both current suppliers are set to test the new units midway through 2020. Any new supplier must commit to IndyCar within the next three months, but Frye along with Chevrolet and Honda are prepared to delay the deadline for a further year to allow...
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