With a chance to make history in the Indy 500, Honda Racing will have to wait until Sunday to make its presence felt.
The team is yet to win an Indianapolis 500 since 2004, and has yet to reach the podium in four straight years, going 0-for-4 in 2017.
The 2016 Indy 500 champion, Andretti Autosport’s Chase Elliott, will try to do the same, but his Honda-powered IndyCar team will be hoping to make up some ground in the championship chase as it tries to claim the Indy Lights crown.
Honda’s entry in the Indianapolis 500 comes as the No. 1 team in the sport.
The Indianapolis 500 is the most watched race in the United States and the top-ranked race in IndyCar, so the focus for Honda is on getting to the front row, a position that has been occupied by several teams in recent years.
But the Honda team has been slow to get there in recent races, even when it had the advantage.
The first four races of 2017 were all wins for Honda, and this year, Honda is still missing its top three drivers.
That’s why it’s so important for the Honda Racing crew to get the job done this weekend.
Indy 500 Preview The Indianapolis 400 is coming to the Indianapolis Motor Speedway this weekend, and the main event will feature Indy 500 driver Daniel Suarez and reigning Indy Lights champion Juan Pablo Montoya.
The 500 is being contested at one of the most prestigious tracks in the world, and that will be a huge boost for the team as it moves into the Indianapolis Classic.
The Indy 500 is scheduled to start at 2 p.m.
ET on Sunday, June 1.
That will be the first time since 1998 that the Indianapolis 600 will be contested in Indianapolis, and it’s an opportunity for Honda to prove that it’s a contender again in the race that has come to be known as the “Star Wars” race.
But that’s not the only reason to watch the race.
The event is also a chance for the Indianapolis Racing Team to show what it can do when it’s racing against the field.
The crew has a lot to prove to the fans who are going to watch this race, and if it can win, the IndyCar Series could have a big run in the season ahead.
Honda will be making the trip to Indianapolis to do some preseason work before the race, including some practice for the 500, which will be held on Friday, May 31.
After that, the team will get some time to recover and get some race practice under its belt.
The most important thing for Honda this weekend will be to show that it is ready for the race and can compete with its peers in the class.