IRA Indy Car World Series
INDY CAR 101
Lola Cars of England is one of the most prominent names in Indy Car racing, supplying the majority of the field throughout the early 1990's. Teams use both 1995 and 1994 versions of the Lola.
Lola (Menard Upgrades)
Heavily modified from the basic T-95 Lola Chassis, this car is used exclusively by the Menard Team for their V6 engines and only appears at super speedway events such as Indianapolis.
A very exclusive chassis used by only the Penske Racing Team and hand-picked privateers. This chassis has the potential to be a powerful force in the IRA World Series. Super speedway racing is its weakness.
The new-kid-on-the-block in IndyCar racing in the mid 1990's was Reynard, who built one of the most effective, and beautiful, racing cars in history. Reynards are distinctive from the Lolas and Penskes by their sloping front wings.
Ford-Cosworth engines are the main power plant for IRA World Series competitors, supplying most of the grid with reliable performance.
Formerly the Chevrolet engine, the Mercedes-Benz is not the 209 Stock Block that dominated the 1994 Indianapolis 500. However, several teams including Team Penske run Mercedes-Benz engines. Like Ford, Mercedes does not build their own engines... that duty goes to Ilmor Engineering, owned by Roger Penske.
Honda Indy V8
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John Menard went sicko mode on an engine so big and powerful id required body modifications to the cars it was to be fitted in.