IndyCar has scheduled a Thursday hearing to discuss Chevrolet's protest over changes Honda is allowed to make to its engines.
IndyCar last week ruled that Honda can change the compressor cover on its single turbocharger. Chevrolet and its teams believe the change should not be allowed.
A three-person panel will hear the protest. One person will be selected by Honda, one person will be selected by General Motors and the third person will be mutually agreed upon by both manufacturers.
IndyCar has multiple engine manufacturers this season for the first time in seven years. Chevrolet has won all three poles and all three races in its return to the series. Honda has a pair of second-place finishes.
The next race is Sunday in Brazil.
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