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By Mark Davis
The nation founders, the Lone Star State thrives
Topic - Bryan Herta
Bryan Herta will try to win this year's Indianapolis 500 with the same engine that took him to Victory Lane last year.
The defending Indianapolis 500 winning team is one of three IndyCar shops that will use Lotus engines in 2012.
Dan Wheldon's friends shed a few tears and shared lots of laughs Sunday.
Barracuda Racing co-owner Bryan Herta said he was pleased with how quickly Filippi adapted to the new car during the test session.
"My time as a Honda driver in both the IndyCar Series, as well as the time spent driving factory Acura LMP2 in the American Le Mans Series, were among my most rewarding and memorable years in racing," Herta said. "So it is with great personal pleasure that we are returning to the Honda family."