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Honda Will Stay In IndyCar For At Least Two More Years

By   February 2, 2016

Honda At IndyCar

Honda Powered Cars in IndyCar

Right now Honda Motorsport is on a high. A prototype powered by a twin-turbocharged V6 from the Japanese automaker just became the overall winner at the Rolex 24 at Daytona. That accomplishment was not only the company’s first overall win in the 24 hour endurance race, but their first victory at Daytona International Raceway in a major race ever.

Honda is hoping that win will carry over to IndyCar. The automaker has signed an agreement to stay in the Verizon IndyCar Series through 2017 and has an option to extend the deal all the way until the 2020 season.

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Honda’s Art St. Cyr Releases Statement About IndyCar Driver Justin Wilson And Could We Make The Sport Safer?

By   August 26, 2015

Justin Wilson

You have probably already heard that IndyCar driver, Justin Wilson has passed away. He sustained a head injury from flying debris in a race and this caused his car to crash into a wall. He was taken to the hospital after the incident that had left him in a coma.

Sadly, he passed away the following day and it has left the racing world in mourning. He was only 37 years old and he leaves behind a wife and two children.

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Mark Reuss To Pace Detroit Grand Prix In A Corvette Z06

By   May 30, 2015

Mark Reuss and a Corvette Z06

Mark Reuss and a Corvette Z06

Tomorrow is the Detroit Grand Prix IndyCar race. The event is held just 2.5 miles from Chevrolet’s Headquarters. This is very fitting as Chevy powered cars have dominated the open-wheeled series this season and this weekend will likely be more of the same.

Mark Reuss, the top product development executive at General Motors, is about to have a once in a lifetime event. Mark is a huge fan of Motorsport, so needless to say he is very happy to be driving the pace car in the race.

To find out more about Mark and the Corvette Z06 click past the jump (or scroll down if you came directly to the full article).

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