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Honda to supply new 2.4L turbo V6 for 2012 Indycars

Honda Performance Development will continue its involvement in IndyCar through the 2012 season when new engine and chassis rules take effect. The current, normally aspirated 3.5-liter V8s will be replaced after the 2011 season with smaller displacement and lower cost units that are limited to 2.4-liters. Honda announced this weekend at the Mid-Ohio race that it will produce a new twin-turbocharged 2.4-liter V6 available for lease at a price 40-p

Comparing the American Le Mans Series to NASCAR, IndyCar for relevance

Peugeot 908-HY hybrid prototype – Click above for high-res image gallery

Comparing the American Le Mans Series to NASCAR, IndyCar for relevancy

Peugeot 908-HY hybrid prototype – Click above for high-res image gallery

IndyCar no longer content with crowning single champion, moving to three?

What, Danica Patrick's inclusion in the sport isn't enough to generate sufficient interest? Guess not. Seemingly in an attempt to generate some additional excitement in the 17-race 2010 IndyCar Series schedule, Randy Bernard, first-year chief executive of the Indy Racing League, has announced that there will be three different winners after the season is done and over with. Why? We'll let

Long Beach Grand Prix 2010: Lone caution makes for fast IndyCar action [Spoilers]

2010 Toyota Grand Prix of Long Beach – Click above for huge high-res image gallery

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