Charlie Kimball says there hasn’t been enough track running at IMS to judge which – if either – of IndyCar’s manufacturers has an edge, and that for now Ganassi is focused on learning Honda’s superspeedway aerokit.

Kimball, who has scored four top-10 finishes in the Indy 500, including third and fifth in the last two races, said that he and his teammates are learning all the nuances of HPD’s engine and bodywork, following Chip Ganassi Racing’s offseason switch from Chevrolet. As a result, he says the team isn’t yet showing its full potential.

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