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Honda, Chevrolet power battle for the win Pocono IndyCar 500

Sunday’s Pocono IndyCar 500 fans witnessed the fastest IndyCar 500 in history as Honda powered Andretti Autosports went head to head with Chevrolet Team Penske. Torque News takes a closer look at the finish line.

Last Sundays Pocono IndyCar 500 ran on the infamous “ Pocono Triangle.” 2.5 miles in length and “ hell-a fast,” the 2014, 500 was a race of several firsts.

1st place: Colombian, Juan Pablo Montoya of Team Penske set a new track record for IndyCar with an average speed of 202.402 mph. Team mate Helio Castroneves took 2nd place, a mere 2.34 seconds behind the winner in his Chevrolet powered Delara. Remember, we’re talking a 200 lap, 500 mile race.

Pocono was the first race of the season to see( only) 1 yellow caution flag. Graham Rahal brushed the wall on lap#158, leaving the track with minor damage.During the race there was a bit of minor debris on the track. Other than that, a clean, accident-free run for the win.

“Dirty Driving” Will Power was up to his usual block and stall tactics. Take a look at the Video, it’s a good watch.


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