Team engine allotment status update

IndyCar News/Releases, INDYCAR PR — By on July 2, 2012 7:42 pm
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[Source: INDYCAR press release]

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INDIANAPOLIS (Monday, July 2, 2012) - INDYCAR provided an update today regarding the status of fresh engines remaining for each team for the remainder of the IZOD IndyCar Series season.

Car Entrant Driver Fresh Engine Status
2 Team Penske Ryan Briscoe On engine 4 of 5
3 Team Penske Helio Castroneves On engine 4 of 5
4 Panther Racing JR Hildebrand On engine 3 of 5
5 KV Racing Technology E.J. Viso On engine 3 of 5
6/7 Dragon Racing Katherine Legge/Sebastien Bourdais On engine 3 of 4*
8 KV Racing Technology Rubens Barrichello On engine 4 of 5
9 Target Chip Ganassi Racing Scott Dixon On engine 5 of 5
10 Target Chip Ganassi Racing Dario Franchitti On engine 4 of 5
11 KV Racing Technology w/SH Tony Kanaan On engine 4 of 5
12 Team Penske Will Power On engine 4 of 5
14 A.J. Foyt Enterprises Mike Conway On engine 5 of 5
15 Rahal Letterman Lanigan Takuma Sato On engine 5 of 5
18 Dale Coyne Racing Justin Wilson On engine 4 of 5
19 Dale Coyne Racing James Jakes On engine 3 of 5
20 Ed Carpenter Racing Ed Carpenter On engine 4 of 5
22 Panther/Dreyer & Reinbold Racing Oriol Servia On engine 3 of 4*
26 Andretti Autosport Marco Andretti On engine 3 of 5
27 Andretti Autosport James Hinchcliffe On engine 3 of 5
28 Andretti Autosport Ryan Hunter-Reay On engine 3 of 5
38 Service Central Chip Ganassi Racing Graham Rahal On engine 4 of 5
67 Sarah Fisher Hartman Racing Josef Newgarden On engine 4 of 5
77 Schmidt Hamilton Motorsports Simon Pagenaud On engine 5 of 5
78 Lotus-HVM Racing Simona de Silvestro On engine 5 of 5
83 Novo Nordisk Chip Ganassi Racing Charlie Kimball On engine 4 of 5
98 Bryan Herta Autosport w/ Curb-Agajanian Alex Tagliani On engine 3 of 4*

Pursuant to Rule 15.1.4, each Full-Season Entrant will be provided with no more than five fresh built Engines throughout each year covered by an engine service agreement. Using more than five fresh Engines in a season will result in a penalty. Engines beyond the fifth fresh Engine may be fresh or part-used.

Pursuant to Rule 15.6.2, Using more than five fresh Engines in a season will be considered Unapproved Engine Change-Outs.

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* [Editor's Note: It was agreed with manufacturers before the season that teams joining the Series at Indianapolis would have an allotment of four engines for the season. The teams that changed manufacturers just before Indianapolis are being held to the same agreement. The table has been modified to reflect this information.]

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