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Topic - Stephen Eriksen
"He's a dyed-in-the-wool racer. He wants to win, and so do we," said Stephen Eriksen, vice president and chief operating officer of Honda Performance Development Inc.
"There's always opportunities when contracts come up for people to consider other options," Eriksen said. "Honestly, I think the history of Ganassi and Honda together being successful is a pretty strong reason to stay together. If you look at it, I think we've won eight championships together, something like 77 Indy Car victories. We're really on a winning streak with them. We've now won four races in a row with Ganassi. We've tied up the manufacturing championship with Chevy. So I think what you've seen over the course of the season is we've jelled tighter as a group, and our results speak for themselves."