McLaren Technology Group Executive Committee Principal, Mansour Ojjeh opened the door to that possibility in the team’s announcement of Alonso competing at Indianapolis. Ford then returned to Indianapolis as the badging partner of the new Cosworth engine in 1992, winning the 500 with that engine in 1995 and 1996. By: Michael Lamonato, Lewis Hamilton scored a record 92nd Formula 1 victory at a canter at the Portuguese Grand Prix. Mazda is already heavily involved in the top tier of sports car racing in America, so why shouldn’t they expand into the top level of open wheel racing in America? This award was first introduced during the1979 CART Indy Car Series season. With coverage extending from Formula 1, IndyCar, NASCAR and more, Motorsports Tribune is one of the premier outlets for racing news in the United States. Partner of USA Today Sports Digital Properties, Drivers praise Hamilton for new win record, Creed puts second GMS Racing truck into championship race with Texas win, Raikkonen’s first lap: ‘What are the others doing?’, Truex docked points, sent to rear at Texas, McElrea earns first Indy Pro 2000 win at St Pete, Hamilton sets all-time F1 win record with masterclass in Portugal. Granted, they stepped away from the sport for nearly 40 years but they came onto the Indy car scene with a splash in 1994 by badging the Penske pushrod engine at the Indianapolis 500 (for more on that, read BEAST by Jade Gurss). Two points will be awarded to the engine manufacturer that wins the pole position at the Indianapolis 500 and one point The IndyCar Series is not an open formula motor sport archetype. With a massive presence in American open wheel racing with the Mazda Road to Indy presented by Cooper Tires, Mazda has the pieces in place to move up to IndyCar racing and further promote drivers that have success in the ladder system. Currently, Dallara provides a specification chassis to all teams, with Honda and Chevrolet providing teams engines. By Christopher DeHarde, IndyCar & Road to Indy Writer With rumors of a third potential engine supplier possibly in the works for the Verizon IndyCar Series, let’s take a look at a few companies that could provide a nice boost to rival the current regime of Chevrolet and Honda. Tags : Aston Martin, christopher deharde, Ford, IndyCar, Mazda, McLaren, Mercedes, Opinion, Porsche. Yes, we get it. If they are looking to capture glory in another form of motorsports, IndyCar would not be a bad place to go, especially considering that their first manufacturing plant outside of Germany was built in Alabama, just miles from one of IndyCar’s best road courses – Barber Motorsports Park. Fernando Alonso’s announcement that he’ll be running a McLaren-branded Honda powered entry in the Indianapolis 500 with Andretti Autosport has opened the door to them being a potential third engine manufacturer. Here’s the release from IndyCar: INDIANAPOLIS (Saturday, Oct. 3, 2020) – INDYCAR has reached a new, multi-year extension with engine partners Honda and Chevrolet, taking their partnership well into the end of the decade and providing It also will be working with the same two engine manufacturers, Chevrolet and Honda, into the foreseeable future. With rumors of a third potential engine supplier possibly in the works for the Verizon IndyCar Series, let’s take a look at a few companies that could provide a nice boost to rival the current regime of Chevrolet and Honda.

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