The Chevrolet IndyCar program has been much more than a source of entertainment for our fans. Every Chevrolet race car, old or new, is a rolling research laboratory. The track is where the technology begins—a proving ground to invent, develop, perfect and test. If it wins on the racetrack, it may find its way into your car.
So much of what Chevrolet has learned from racing over the past century has been transferred into the production world.
The turbocharged V6 engine in the IndyCar has much of the same technology that you’ll find on many Chevrolet production models, such as the Variable Valve Timing, turbocharging and direct fuel injection.
The 2015 IndyCar season will be another chance to improve upon what we’ve learned in the past. This year, 17 adrenaline-pumping races will test drivers and their performance machines along super speedways, short ovals, road courses and street circuits.
At the heart of the IndyCar season is the Indianapolis 500®, the world’s most famous race, and Chevrolet engines have powered their way to victory there eight times—winning most recently in 2013. Chevrolet has been a part of the Indy 500® for nearly a century and has supplied the Pace Car for more Indianapolis 500 races than any other manufacturer.
Fueled with confidence from having won three consecutive Verizon IndyCar Manufacturer Championships, Chevrolet IndyCar has defined itself as a powerhouse in the modern era. With a star-studded team of talented drivers, the 2015 season is set to push the limits even further.
Chevy fans know these drivers are out not only to win but to test and guide our engineers towards building better, stronger and safer cars they can drive at home.
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