Articles tagged Honda Performance Development

Page 45 of October 2014 archive issue thumbnail Page 45, October 2014

Gordon Kirby

Aero kits increase Indy’s traction IndyCar hopes to add some variety to its Dallara DW12 spec car formula next year by allowing its two competing engine manufacturers, Honda and Chevrolet, to design their own distinctive aero kits. IndyCar will allow Honda and Chevrolet to do six days of aero kit testing between October and January, and the teams will have to place their orders by November 1 to...

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Cape Horne

Despite the frustration, and occasional humiliation, of its 1994 Indy programme, Honda is continuing in America's premier series with a new team, and a fresh sense of purpose... The news that Honda has found a new dancing partner for its Indy V8 engine programme should come as a relief to everyone connected with IndyCar racing. After all, while it may have given US racing's collective psyche a...

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Mission imperative

. mrsercitnte The 1994 IndyCar season, which kicked off at Surfers Paradise as this issue was being printed, is expected to be a barnburner. Intriguing stories abound: Nigel Mansell's defence of his PPG title; Al Unser Inr finally driving for one of the sport's genuine powerhouses; Mario Andretti's retirement; the improving maturity (we hope) of Paul Tracy and Robby Gordon; an influx of more new...

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Honda NSX to ride again

Honda is set to pitch the new generation NSX against Chrysler in the GTE class. Honda Performance Development, American Honda’s competition arm, has revealed that it will be developing the new petrol-electric hybrid for racing. It is most likely that it will be developed for the GTE class, making it eligible for the Le Mans 24 Hours, the new FIA World Endurance Championship and the American Le...

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Gordon Kirby – The US Scene

Lay your cards on the table The big news at this year’s 92nd Indy 500 was the creation of an industry ‘round table’ convened for the IRL by retired Ford racing executive Neil Ressler’s consulting company RWB. Under Ressler and RWB’s direction the assembly of engine manufacturers, car builders and other stakeholders in the sport will debate the 2011 Indycar rules this summer and help determine the...


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