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1984 Buick/March IndyCar

1984 Buick/March IndyCar

A couple of years after Buick first started fiddling around with turbochargers, driver Scott Brayton drove his Buick-controlled turbo March race auto to a 204 mile for every hour one-lap speed and a 203 miles for each hour four-lap normal, setting new world records for a race auto utilizing a creation spec motor piece. A long time later, in the mid-1990s, a substantially more strong form of the Buick turbo V6 allowed Eddie Cheever to accomplish the quickest race lap ever recorded at the Brickyard, with a 236.103 miles for every hour speed landing him a top spot amid the 1996 Indy 500. This is a record that still stands 20 years after the fact.

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